Hobby Quilter For Sale

I have hesitated to post this on my blog since it is not something I care to ship. But perhaps there is a somewhat local reader that might be interested.

I am selling my 2005 Nolting Hobby Quilter with SuperQuilter frame. If you will recall, I went to the Lansing quilt show with dear hubby intending to purchase a new frame for it. I walked away with a whole new, bigger set up. So this needs a good home.

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I have learned so much on this machine. It is a great deal for someone who wants to try out this long arm thing without going into debt to do so. It has a manual speed control and this set up includes a DVD that shows basic long arm info (I should have bought this as soon as I brought this home!) including maintenance and timing. I also have an extra bobbin case and the extended ruler base that is needed for rulers and templates. I have manuals for both the machine and frame.

I am asking $2750 for the set up and I am located in Saginaw, MI. I would consider shipping the machine only since I do have the shipping box for that. Buyer would need to pay shipping. Price for machine only (no frame) is $2500.

Shoot me an e-mail if interested. Thanks!

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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3 Responses to Hobby Quilter For Sale

  1. Anne Johnson says:

    Did you sell this machine?

  2. Sassy says:

    I have this same machine on a Hinterberg Stretch frame and I love it, love it, love it. It’s a wonderful machine for somebody who wants to get into machine quilting on a frame — I’ve quilted hundreds of quilts on mine with very few problems (other than those associated with learning how to machine quilt and finding the correct tensions — all user beginning user problems) over the past 7+ years I’ve owned it. I’ve never had to time it, never had to have it looked at, and have maintained it myself. The people at Nolting are very helpful if a problem occurs (I only had to ask one question at a quilt show where they were demonstrating) but I know of others who have needed assistance for a pre-owned machine and they are known for their helpfulness, courtesy and willingness to help people who now own their machines.

  3. Judy D in WA says:

    I have this same machine and frame. It has quilted many quilts and you are right, it’s perfect for a beginner. Hope it finds a new home soon. Congrats on your new machine.

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