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Queen Quilter by Tin Lizzie Long Arm Quilter w/ Stitch Regulator & Frame


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  • Shipping Weight: 160 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003QBHC2Y
  • Average Customer Review: 1.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #762,854 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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AUTOMATIC STITCH REGULATOR: Every stitch is the same length and remains the same length even when you change quilting speed or direction. It ensures uniform quality from the first stitch to the last. AUTO NEEDLE POSITIONER: Quilter has the ability to have the machine stop in the needle up position or needle down position. It minimizes bending or breaking needles and allows for free movement of machine. 18" ARM: Larger throat size is space between the needle and back of machine. This allows you to quilt larger quilt patterns without having to roll material as often as the home quilting machines. LASER LIGHT: The built in laser light, with sample paper patterns included, simplifies following patterns when operating the quilting machine. Laser mounts on back of machine. Ergonomic handles can be moved to back side of machine for easier use. large capacity Tin Lizzie bobbins LARGE BOBBIN CAPACITY: The bobbin has more than double the capacity of standard sewing machines, which helps in not changing bobbins as often with standard home quilting machines. HOPPING FOOT: Hopping foot holds down the fabric while the needle completes the stitch. The foot height can be adjusted up and down for thickness of batting or material. The foot also allows for stitching next to rulers and templates. ERGONOMIC HANDLES: They adjust up and down to minimize the risk of carpal tunnel injuries. They allow for ease of operation and a reduction of fatigue in the wrists, arms, and shoulders. There is comfortable rubber on the handles for a great feel. FRAME: Frame designed with home quilter in mind. It is made of 13 ply laminated Baltic birch wood, highest of quality and strength. Easy assembly allows for quilter to quilt from lap top to king size quilts. Queen Quilter18 mounts on easy carry deck that glides as if it was floating in air. This allows for ease of quilting. 1 1/4" conduit EMT pipe not included. BOBBIN WINDER: This allows for winding as many bobbins as required for all quilt tops.

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114 of 115 people found the following review helpful By K. Stevens on August 13, 2011
I ordered this from a dealer on line. It arrived in 3 boxes. The first 2 boxes were the frame, in hundreds of pieces. It took me 8 hours to put it together. The third box was the actual machine. It had instructions to assemble the light and the thread stand. There were no cords attached to the machine, and no instructions indicating how to attach the cords. Normally this would be okay, how hard is it to put a power cord on? No, you also have the cord from the handles to the machine. There were two sockets on the handles, but only one cord included that went to the handles. In addition, there were several options on the machine where the cord from the handle could fit into. Now here comes the really tricky part. There were another 2 cords in the box. It turns out that one of the cords was for a different model, while the other cord had to somehow attach to the little rollers that sent back the message for the stitch regulator. You have to remove the 48 pound machine, which required removal of one of the frame poles, then turn the carriage that rolls back and forth on the frame upside down. Now, (without any instructions, mind you) you have to figure out how to plug the cable into the roller and make it work.

Customer service? I was so frustrated that I ended up contacting the factory. The company president called me back. I thought I was getting somewhere!! No... he asked why I ordered it from the internet and told me to get the company that sold it to me to help me out. He told me that I bought it from California, call California and let them help me. BTW, I live about an hour drive from from the factory, it seems that they are in Utah, although it is not really clear.

When I finally got all the cords connected, the machine did not work. Turns out one of the cables was bad.
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59 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Debora K Dempsky on July 24, 2012
I probably ordered my machine from the same California company as the original poster. My husband is an Engineer, and it still took the two of us better than 7 hours to set up this frame. The directions are horrible. I had sorted out all of the pieces and labeled them with post-it notes. I sorted all of the hardware into zip bags and wrote on each of them what part letter they were and what it was. Several times in the directions they would change what they call an item or use the wrong letter for it. Very frustrating. The directions were just xeroxed pages stapled together. I was ready to pull my hair out by the end. Probably spent about 90 minutes trying to get it level as well. With six legs on it, leveling was not easy.

The frame assembly instructions were really bad, but the actual sewing instructions were even worse. Again, for a machine costing this much money it should have come with a nice book with TONS of color pictures as well as a DVD on how to load your quilt, thread it, adjust the tension, etc. The pictures for threading it are black/white and not close enough to see exactly how the thread should go through the multiple loops. It also pointed out a spot on the base of the machine where there is supposed to be a spot for oiling as well as a dip stick. My machine doesn't have it. I have spent countless hours scouring Youtube to find some sort of instructional videos and better instructions on using the machine. I have printed out each of the things I've found and put them together into a 3-ring binder. My regular sewing machine came with a great book and DVD instructional video. Apparently this manufacturer assumes that anyone purchasing it already knows how a longarm machine works.
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59 of 59 people found the following review helpful By kiana on April 22, 2012
This is a horrible machine. I don't do long-arm quilting alot, (maybe once a month) but whenever I do want to use it, I have to have customer service come (at an outrageous price) and spend hours fine-tuning the tension. Needless to say, I am trying to get rid of it as soon as I can. Huge waste of money.
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