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Thread: WHEN did you decide to purchase Long Arm?

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    Super Member bamamama's Avatar
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    The first time I saw a LA at a quilt show I knew that I had to have one. Less than a year later, I do. I'd like to use it to supplement my income.

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    Super Member quiltinghere's Avatar
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    Thank you for adding your input. It's loaded with 'good reasons' :)

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    Super Member brushandthimble's Avatar
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    I first bought a stand alone frame (B-Line) for my DM, only did one baby quilt on that, then it sat for a year. I have never paid to have a qullt quilted. I was asked to do show, hang 12 quilts for a month. Was at a quilt show, saw the HQ16 and the seperate bobbin winders, (that was the selling point LOL). New there was no other way I was going to have any quilts ready to hang so went with it. Transered balance from one 0 % card to another for 2 years until it was paid for. I have recouped that and more since (3 years). I put the HQ on the B-LINE frame and this year hope to upgrade to a new frame and new wheels.

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    More great stories - still reading

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