APQS Used Machine Sale

We know that spending time on quilting is a great stress relief for so many. With uncertain times ahead, I’m taking this opportunity to let you know how to get your hands on an APQS machine. It is rare for a used APQS longarm to come up for sale because quilters rarely want to let theirs go. Well, your chance is here to take advantage of the great prices on these featured machines.

Used machines are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Millie Machine –

2019 Millie — Retail Price $17,700/Sale Price – $16,700
2010 Millie — Retail Price $12,000/Sale Price – $10,900
2009 Millie — Retail Price $11,500/Sale Price – $10,200

Freddie Machine –
2019 Freddie — Retail Price $16,700/Sale Price – $15,600

Lucey Machines –
2019 Lucey — Retail Price $11,900/Sale Price – $10,900

Lenni Machines –  
2019 Lenni — Retail Price $9,300/Sale Price – $8,300 2009 Lenni — Retail Price $5,500/Sale Price – $6,500

Additional Details :

Millie & Freddie machines come with an Automatic Quilt Advance and Quilt Glide.

2019 machines come with a 3-year warranty and all other machines come with a 2-year warranty. Must pay in full at time of order. Millie/Freddie:

Choice of 10′, 12′ or 14′ Deluxe Table (New)

Lucey/Lenni: Choice of 10′ or 12′ Standard Table Frame (New)

Don’t forget the amazing extras that come with EACH APQS machine:

Bobbin Winder
FREE Beginner’ class ($200 value)
Several sample spools of thread
A starter pantograph
A package of needles
 Extra bobbins

Options  

Bliss Track system upgrade can be added to all machines except George for $1,000
$500 to convert to a “M”-sized bobbin
$500 to convert to European or Canadian machine
Quilt Path can be added to all except George for $10,500.

To see the details on each of the machines visit our website: https://www.apqs.com/machines/millennium/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=millie&utm_campaign=spring.used.sale

Then feel free to give me a call to discuss, 250-652-7774 info@dayspringquiltcompany.com

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