• TinLizzie18 Long Arm Quilters

    Affordable long arm machines for both hobby and professional quilters.

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  • Phoenix & Falcon Frames

    Specially designed to compliment TinLizzie18 long arm quilters.

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    Excellent quilting companions
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Tag Archives: used Longarm quilting machines

Pre-owned Gammill

Pre-owned machine… only $8,999.00
2003 Optimum Plus with 12 foot table Stitch regulator , double bobbin, built on bobbin winder, laser light, horizontal and vertical channel locks, needle up needle down positioner.

Annual End of Year Inventory SALE!

  Limited Stock! Call Today to reserve your Quilter 608-756-2869   Preowned Longarm quilting machines to fit every budget.  Used machines include, Warranty, Training , and Setup and Delivery is availble.

Used TinLizzie18

 Have you been looking for the perfect Longarm quilting system to get started ? Then this used TinLizzie18 quilting system is just for you! $2,695.00 used TinLizzie18 

PCQC Pre-owned Certified TinLizzie18 Quilters!

  PCQC Pre-owned Certified TinLizzie18 Quilters! $3,499.00 2005 TinLizzie18LS With stitch regulator , oil reservoir, built in bobbin winder, largest bobbin, flexible lamp, needle up  down, laser light, pantographs.   The Falcon frame was designed with home quilters in mind.  It’s made of 13-ply laminated baltic birch wood of the highest quality and strength.  This Continue Reading

PCQC Pre-owned Certified TinLizzie18 Quilters!

  $8,499.00  2011 Ansley26 DLS! With a 26″ x 8″ opening, it’s ideal for quilters who want a larger quilting area, with all the great features Lizzie Stitch, 4-year warranty, oil reservoir, built-in bobbin winder, largest capacity bobbin, flexible lamp, needle up/down, laser light, pantographs, and ergonomic handles. Twenty-inch and sixteen-inch blocks on point can be stitched without Continue Reading