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Thread: thinking of buying Little Gracie 2 quilting machine...input please

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    Jul 2010
    Vail, AZ

    thinking of buying Little Gracie 2 quilting machine...input please

    There is a Little Gracie 2 home quilting machine for sale locally here from a lady that never used it because she bought it then decided to make the big jump to a Gammill.

    Does anyone have the Little Gracie 2 system and how is it working for you??? Any input would be helpful. She is asking $450 for system but stitch regulator would be $400 more and she also has laser for $25.

    I wanted to use my older Bernina (1010) but called the manufacturer today and they said it's difficult to thread machine with Berninas in general. What would you suggest for least expensive machine for the system?

    Not much money in budget now so critical to know if this is good buy.

    Thanks for input. Value the opinions of those on this board. Thanks, Dianna

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    Super Member Dolphyngyrl's Avatar
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    Jan 2009
    Southern California
    you could probably use a brother PQ1500s or the Juki TL-98Q

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    Feb 2011
    New Rockford, ND
    i have a gracie frame 2 with a janome 1600p on it and i
    just love it. it works so nice and that is a good price.
    i would definetly get the stitch regulator.

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    Senior Member 1000projects's Avatar
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    Jun 2011
    Carmel Indiana
    I test drove the Janome 1600p and it was lovely! And the grace frames ... I am a huge fan!
    You could get the frame now, try it with the Bernina, and then upgrade to a janome or juki at a later time.

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    Super Member Rose Marie's Avatar
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    Aug 2007
    Clay Springs AZ
    Stitch regulators are $500 new and no sales or discounts on them. But each are made for particular machines so do some research on them. Just google them.

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