On selling and upgrading longarms

In case you missed it on Instagram, I am in the market for a new longarm quilting machine. I am excited and terrified at the same time. So that means I am looking for a new home for my current guy.

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Basically what’s motivating this is that I’ve gotten to a point in my business and skill set that I feel like some additional features would be good to have. I only do freehand work, and a lot of it is custom, so not having, say, a stitch regulator for ruler work is really time-consuming. Things like that.

I’m a little sad to think about letting my current machine go. I feel like we’ve been through so much together and I have a lot of great memories quilting with it. It’s a workhorse and shows no sign at all of slowing down. I’m also really nervous about having to acclimate to a new machine when I am so familiar with mine. But alas, I don’t have the space for two of these big ol’ things, so go it must. At this point, I have no idea what I’ll end up with. I’m exploring my options.

So! If you are in the market for a longarm quilting machine also, and are interested in mine, shoot me an email at thequiltingchamp [at] gmail [dot] com, or use the handy form on my home page to send me a message directly through my site. I’ll give you all the details of what is included. Let’s talk.

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