Letter From The Top

Dear Friends, 
Welcome to another newsletter jam packed with opportunities to save, helpful hints, interesting people and schedules for longarm training.  A couple highlights that I am really pleased to share are:
  1. If you have cash (or a loan), you'll save big on new and used machines as our price slashing fall sale is underway.
  2. Otherwise we're offering 36-months (zero down/zero interest) with approved credit on new and used machines.
  3. Did you know that depending on your "tax bracket" you could receive a tax refund of 20, 25 or even 35-percent of the total invoiced cost of a new or used quilting machine?  The folks at Red Thread Financial have relayed to us that a great majority of business people are not aware of the financial advantages of applying this deduction to equipment purchases.  To take advantage of this opportunity in 2016, you better order your equipment soon so that it is installed before year end, an IRS requirement.

These are just some more ways Accomplish Quilting makes it easy for you to longarm quilt.
Good quilting!
Jeff Benedict,  President/Owner

October Special on New Machines

For Cash/Loan: 
 With new Auto Pilot or Navigator purchase:
15% off Innova accessories. 
Navigator & Auto Pilot are eligible 
 Purchase of a hand guided machine, free Pro-Stitch Screen ($1,000 value) or $1,000 off Lightning Stitch.
Cannot be combined with other offers.
Must provide payment in full within 14-calendar days of placing order.

Financing Special:
Wells Fargo $0 down/ 0% interest 
for 36 months with equal payments. 
*Financing special is not valid with any other offer.

It's Showtime! 
W e're on the road to bring INNOVA machines to you.  
Come see us!
Oct 7-9  Pine Belt Quilters Show
Hattiesburg, MS

Oct 7-9  Quilts on the Grand,
 The DeltaPlex, Grand Rapids, MI

Oct 14 -15  One Stop Shop Hop of the Bluegrass
Shepherdsville, KY

Oct 14-15  Prairie Star Quilter Guild Show
Wheaton, IL

Oct 19-22    MQX (Machine Quilters Expo) 
Crown Plaza, Springfield, IL 
Oct 20th  Accomplish Quilting/INNOVA
is hosting a Mixer at the MQX Show 
from 5 PM-7PM on Thursday night. Come socialize with the Accomplish crew and the INNOVA team. Talk with the presidents! Contact us for your free ticket.  

usedmachinesThe Used Machine Blowout Sale!   
Choose to purchase with our great financing at the regular price or get the sale price for a cash purchase.

36 Month
$0Down/ 0%Interest
 Cash or Loan 
2013 Innova 26 AP           
Was  $28,499.00
NOW $27,295.00
2005 HQ Fusion W Pro St.
Was  $13,199.00 
A1 Elite Plat
Was  $10,995.00
NOW! $9,795.00
2004 Gammill Optimum Plus     
Was  $10,495.00
NOW! $8,495.00
2002 Gammill Classic Plus w/Hydraulic Height Adj.
Was  $9,999.00
NOW! $8,995.00
2008 Gammill Classic Plus
Was  $9,995.00
NOW! $8,995.00
Prodigy 24
Was  $9,499.00
NOW! $8,495.00
2001 Gammill Optimum Plus
Was  $9495.00
NOW! $7,995.00
HQ 16 W Pro Stitch          
Was  $9,999.00 
NOW! $7,995.00
2001 Gammill Optimum Plus
Was  $9,495.00
NOW! $7,995.00
2002 Gammill Classic Plus
Was  $8,995.00 
NOW! $7,995.00
2005 APQS Liberty 20"    
Was  $8,999.00
NOW! $6,995.00
2001 Gammill Optimum
Was  $7,595.00
NOW! $5,995.00
1999 Gammill Classic       
Was  $5,899.00
NOW! $4,995.00
Tin Lizzy 18 ESP
Was  $4,975.00
NOW! $4,195.00
Bernina 820
Was  $7,499.00
NOW! $3,995.00
Prodigy Non-Reg 18"
Was  $4,499.00
NOW! $3,995.00
Husqvarna Viking Plat Sit
Was  $3,495.00 
NOW! $2,995.00
Tin Lizzy 18 
Was  $3,499.00
NOW! $2,995.00
Bailey's Home Quilter     
Was  $2,999.00
NOW! $1,795.00
Husqvarna Mega Quilter w SR 
Was  $1,999.00
NOW!  $795.00
Husqvarna Mega Quilter w/o SR 
Was  $899.00
NOW!  $495.00

Each used machine from Accomplish Quilting comes with:
1. A One Year Parts and Labor Warranty
2. 3 Days of Free Longarm Training
3. AQ's 24/7/365 Support (better support than offered by the original manufacturer!)
For a complete list of machines, visit our website:Used Machines 

The Michigan Report

Fall has arrived and it's time to upgrade your quilting system and stock up on longarm supplies for the cool weather ahead! We hope you will visit us if you need a machine and join in the fun we have planned for you this month. We want to hang out with you at MQX in Springfield, IL or any of the many quilt shows we'll be at this month. Register for our INNOVA Social Mixer Thursday night at MQX, call for details.  You also won't want to miss training opportunities like Lunch and Learn on October 28th at the St. Joe store. 

The Linda Hrcka class was a huge hit! We all learned so much about designing and executing the quilting design. We look forward to having Linda visit again! Check out the special on her rulers.

Educational Events at the St. Joseph Store
(Please call to reserve your spot.)
Oct 5th License to Longarm  (4 PM - 7 PM) Special Pricing $25. Learn to load the longarm and start your longarming journey!
Oct 7th New Owner Training   (9 AM - 3 PM) Free for new owners or potential new owners!
Oct 13-15th Intermediate Training  (9 AM- 4 PM) Cost for each day is $100 and can be taken individually if necessary.
  • Thursday offers an in-depth class about AutoPilot Mach 3 software. Come explore endless possibilities for custom quilting at your fingers!
  • Friday is a class for both hand-guided and computerized quilting machine owners. We cover every topic imaginable from machine adjustments, thread choices, tension adjustments, batting choices, custom quilting techniques and quilting business advice.
  • On Saturday we draw and quilt a complete a sampler of 20 or more free motion designs. Hone your freehanding skills and add new designs to your surface design repertoire. 
Oct 28th Lunch and Learn (12 PM -1:30 PM) - Enjoy lunch and see amazing new cutting tools available at our store. Cost is $5.    Next Lunch and Learn events will be Nov 11th and Dec 2nd.

The Tennessee Rep ort

Nancy McNally's class inspires the quilters in Tennessee with her patterns, rulers and quilting during class last weekend.

Educational Events at the Goodlettsville Store 
(Please call to reserve your spot.)
Oct 4 - License to Longarm (5:30 - 8:30 pm) Class is full - call to sign up for next the class available - Dec 2 (10 am - 1 pm).  Special price of only $20!
Oct 8 - New Owner Training (9 am - 4 pm) Canceled -
Store will be closed this Saturday.
Oct 13 - Lunch and Learn (12 - 2 pm) - Enjoy lunch, a new all over design and caring for your quilt - before, during and after the quilting process.  Cost is $5 - please call to reserve your seat.
Oct 26 - Top Tenn Longarm Guild (10 am) - Show and tell and so much more for the longarm quilter!  We will be talking about needles and thread - if you have a thread you have been wanting to try, but have been nervous about it, bring it!  We will be trying out all kinds of thread on the machines.  There are no dues and no rules, just a lot of sharing and information!
Oct 27-29 - Intermediate Training - (9 am - 4 pm) - This class is full, please call for information on the next Intermediate Train
ing schedule.

TechsTech's Tips
Today we're going to take a brief look at a tool most quilting machine owners should have, but not many do: a trimmer tool. Pictured below, the trimmer tool is a plastic tool that resembles a small pen, but it's actually a special type of screw driver.
This tool's main purpose is for adjusting an electric component on many quilting machines known as a trimmer potentiometer or trim pot for short. When you're fine tuning these trim pots, you're going to have a much easier time adjusting them with the machine left on instead of turning the machine off. Because of that, you want a non-conductive and non-magnetic screwdriver to adjust them, which is exactly what this tool is designed for.
Having said that, NEVER adjust the trim pots on your quilting machine without your dealer telling you to. Having any of these adjusted incorrectly can make the machine do all sorts of crazy things you don't want it doing. So, while the tool is important to have just in case, it's not something you'll be using often, if ever, for its intended use.

Fortunately, these tools are not only nice and inexpensive, but they have a secondary use that every quilter will see on a regular basis. The screwdriver blade on the trimmer tool is the perfect size for adjusting your bobbin tension, with a larger handle then most of the screwdrivers with that size blade. The trimmer tool is available on our website for $2.49.


$5.00 off each set

Use coupon code: October
Linda Hrcka  Rulers

Linda shares the secret of her award winning style with her special curved and straight ruler sets.
Each curved template has the same degree curve on the inside curve as well as the outside curve. This allows for easy quilting and avoids the awkward reach while quilting out designs. Just flip the template over as needed.
-Easy to read lines with accurate 1/4" spacing echoing the curve.
-Green edge acrylic increases their visibility on your quilt top.
The straight ruler set has 1/4" spacing, both horizontally and vertically with 45 degree angles across the ruler. 
-No longer do you need a separate ruler to mark designs that require 1/4", 1/2" or 3/4" measurements. Use the same ruler for BOTH design and quilting. 
-Thin, thread width etched lines for accuracy. 
-Bright white marks for increased visibility.

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