Marilyn Stiller

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I started quilting in 2001 on my domestic machine. My husband decided to make a quilt frame for me that I could use my domestic machine on. It worked great as long as I was doing baby quilts and other small projects but I wanted to do more than just small projects. I stared researching and trying out different machines. I always kept coming back to the HQ Sixteen. Finally in January of 2007 I purchased the HQ Sixteen. I couldn’t wait until my husband had the table assembled and the machine in place. With a little practice I was on my way to quilting larger projects. Five months later I purchased the Pro-Stitcher. I have done so much more with my HQ Sixteen and HQ Pro-Stitcher than I ever thought I could possibly be able to do. Each time I load a new quilt on the frame I don’t want to stop until I am done with it. We just attended our local state fair and my husband had to try another brand of longarm machine to compare to mine. His comment was, “It doesn’t run as smooth as yours”. I love my HQ Sixteen and all the possibilities it has to offer. I can’t wait to get to my next project!

I own the following HQ machines: HQ Pro-Stitcher, HQ Sixteen