Yesterday I shared the experience I had with a group of quilters. What I forgot to mention is this one very important tidbit of information. Remember the gentleman that sat alongside me? Turns out he owns a business centered around repairs and maintenance of long arm quilt machines. I had the privilege of not only visiting his website but also his shop. The gentleman’s name is Ray Voegeli. Ray has a wealth of experience and knowledge in the long arm quilting industry. His shop is located in the basement of his home.
- Backlash springs
- Belts, brushes and pulleys
- Bobbins, bobbin cases and hook assembly’s
- Bobbin winders
- Cutting tools
- IntelliStitch Parts
- IntelliQuilter Parts
- Measuring Tapes
- Spool Holders
- etc, etc
He also offers his expertise to service long arm quilting machines.
I arrived at Ray’s home thinking my visit would be short. It wasn’t until 90 minutes later that I found myself leaving. I got caught up in numerous conversations about the ins and outs of the long arm quilting business. Ray showed me one of his inventions, which I ultimately purchased. It’s a home-made bobbin winder.
I highly recommend Ray as a reliable resource for your long arm quilt machine needs. Check out his website and see what you think.
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Disclaimer: I have not in anyway received compensation from Ray Voegeli for mentioning his business. My experience with Ray, his parts or his service may or may not be the same as yours. I merely share this information out of kindness towards a fellow human being.