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Thread: Yikes! This is a HUGE quilting machine....

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    Yikes! This is a HUGE quilting machine....


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    22" is not all that big for a longarm. It's pretty standard. There are larger models.

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    actually it was the 14 foot table that got me....

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    Wish it was close to me.

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    That's a pretty good deal, but don't buy it with out taking it for a test drive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
    actually it was the 14 foot table that got me....

    That's pretty standard too:>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candace View Post
    That's pretty standard too:>
    Well then. I definitely stand by my YIKES earlier then....

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    Mine is on a 14' frame and it takes up half my den, I paid or rather my brother paid $1250 for it, my sewing machine is not like that one pictured. I love it and can quilt big quilts on this

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
    Well then. I definitely stand by my YIKES earlier then....
    This is why I don't own a longarm yet...oh and of course the money! :> Some manufacturers have come out with a 12ft. frame, which is a bit better if you still want to do King size quilts on it. I think I can fit a 12ft. eventually. Now just to save the cash!

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    Would not fit anywhere in my small house. I FMQ large quilts on my Juki TL98QE.
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    It's a decent price, considering it has no stitch regulator, and that is pretty much the largest table you would need.

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    This is standard for a professional longarm machine....someone will get a good deal buying that. They really don't depreciate.....and are really workhorses......

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    San Jose is not that far away from me, hmmmmmmmmm, It would have to go into storage until my sewing room is finished being built. I'd be afraid of a machine that old sitting for 5 or 6 months

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    When we converted the attached garage into an office/man cave, the spare bedroom my husband was using became my new sewing space. Then he built for me a super nice 12' quilting frame. It didn't fit into that little sewing room very well, so now, I HAVE THE MAN CAVE. Lots of room for my LA frame AND my stash! Insert evil laugh here.

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    That sounds like a great deal.....Wish it was near me.....

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    I used to rent time on a Gammill that had a 26" throat and a 14' table. It was awesome!
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