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    Juki TL2010Q

    Hi everyone, I am interested in buying this machine for quilting only. I have a Bernina that has all the other features I like.
    Any feedback on this? I've done much research and it sounds like a good fit.
    Thanks!

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    i had the juki tl98q and was very happy with it.
    here is a video review of the 2010 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcLDM7AKPnk
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    and Welcome from western NY and happy quilting
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    Welcome from outside St. Louis Mo.

    I have the Juki TL98QE and love it. The throat space is 9". It is a hard worker, just needs cleaning and clear sewing machine oil.
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    Hi SusieQOH I have just done what you are thinking about. I own a Bernina 710 and have just purchased/unboxed a JukiTL2010Q to use specifically for the quilting. I like the 710 for piecing but haven't been super thrilled with it for quilting, even with the BSR so decided to buy the Juki on its report of being a real workhorse and excellent for quilting and fmq. I've had some trouble with the Juki walking foot which has stalled my first attempt at quilting but after going onto the facebook group for this machine yesterday, I have found other people with the same problem...it seems a different walking foot is suggested. In general though, people seem very pleased with the machine despite this hiccup. Whilst waiting to resolve the walking foot issue I am going to spend the next week doing some piecing with it as I have yet to do any real sewing on it. (Only unboxed it a few days ago) I'll keep you posted how it all pans out.

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    I have Juki TL2010Q for last 5 years and love it for piecing and even more for quilting. all I have to do is keep it clean and oiled.

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    I just bought the tl 2200 qvvp mini, which is essentially the same machine. I love it so far. Maybe they have resolved the walking foot issue with the mini because mine works fine. The only problem it had was the set screw that holds my needle in place came loose after using the walking foot, causing my needle to fall out which bent it (the needle). Possibly the screw wasn't screwed in tightly from the factory.

    I don't think you will be sorry.

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    I bought the 2000 and love it. It does not have the speed control the 2010 has but i can't say i miss it.

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    Thanks, everyone. I bought it last night and it will be delivered on Monday. I'm so excited!

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    Thanks, Nan. I had to change my user id because I couldn't log in no matter how many times I tried. I finally gave up. The instructions for re-setting haven't been working.

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    Thanks, Ruby2- I will as well. Just ordered it!!

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    I had mine only briefly, but absolutely loved it! Heavy duty, even stitching, no tension issues.

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    I did exactly what ruby2shoes did. About a year ago I moved and sold the juki thinking that I would only use the Bernina. After setting up my new sewing space, I missed the Juki 2010Q so much I bought another one. Can't live without it!

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    I have one and love it. I have quilted many quilts on it, using the walking foot that came with it, with no problems. I love the speed control for fmq, and for zooming down long straight seams, and I love the thread cutter feature where you can just rock back on the foot control and cut the threads. So handy! This machine has allowed me to piece and sew FAST. It doesn't like a linty bobbin area, tho. If you don't keep it clean down there, it becomes impossible to keep the tension right and make nice stitches. I have a good little brush that cleans out the lint, and I use fat pipe cleaners to poke down into the feed dog area to remove lint there. Every few bobbins you need to unscrew the faceplace and remove the foot, and clean well between the feed dogs. It makes a huge difference in stitch quality.
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    I have one and love it for piecing. I've never tried quilting on it as I have a HandiQuilter Fusion. The number one thing I consider it great for is machine binding. I can line up with the inner edge of the left toe and get a super nice, narrow topstitch for sewing the binding on to the front.

    I especially love the knee bar for the presser foot, but I don't think that would come into play with FMQ.
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    I love mine. It is a workhorse that never fails.
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    So it sounds like this is a viable choice for machine quilting. Would it be a good machine to learn on? I won't ever have room for a long arm but would like a good, sensible option for quilting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lots2do View Post
    So it sounds like this is a viable choice for machine quilting. Would it be a good machine to learn on? I won't ever have room for a long arm but would like a good, sensible option for quilting.
    I think so. I'm really enjoying it and I'm a beginner FMQ- I've always quilted by hand. This is one great machine! I'm really glad I bought it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruby2shoes View Post
    Hi SusieQOH I have just done what you are thinking about. I own a Bernina 710 and have just purchased/unboxed a JukiTL2010Q to use specifically for the quilting. I like the 710 for piecing but haven't been super thrilled with it for quilting, even with the BSR so decided to buy the Juki on its report of being a real workhorse and excellent for quilting and fmq. I've had some trouble with the Juki walking foot which has stalled my first attempt at quilting but after going onto the facebook group for this machine yesterday, I have found other people with the same problem...it seems a different walking foot is suggested. In general though, people seem very pleased with the machine despite this hiccup. Whilst waiting to resolve the walking foot issue I am going to spend the next week doing some piecing with it as I have yet to do any real sewing on it. (Only unboxed it a few days ago) I'll keep you posted how it all pans out.
    I've used the FMQ foot but not the walking foot yet. Yes, I also love my Bernina but this Juki is nicer for quilting. I'm having fun with it!!! Keep me posted.

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