KathyQuilts! Block RockiT 15R - Stitch Regulated Long Arm Machine Quilter

Ratings and Reviews of KathyQuilts! Block RockiT 15R - Stitch Regulated Long Arm Machine Quilter

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Score: 5.00 (votes: 27)
 
Score: 5.00 (votes: 27)
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  • Mrs. Cobi Lee Henry
    Jan 24, 2014, 12:00
    I can say that Lynn has been gracious, helpful, and knowledgeable and more than patient with me! I have the Juki TL200Qi, on a grace frame, and ws frustrated with the "space issue", yet could not "squeeze out" with this just being a hobby and something for friends and family the $$ for a larger head/throat machine....until NOW. I can hardly wait for it to come!!! I know I will be delighted!

    Coming Ruler base/rear handles available for the Pattern Perfect/and the laser
    !4+" of throat space so it will allow more room for freestyle feathers etc. (I am very excited about that)
    Support from a "team" that loves quilting and recognized the need for a quality well built machine with more "creative space" for those of us who desire the freedom and creativity a longer throat will give without the high price. Lynn and Kathy have done something for US! I pray they prosper in their efforts, and I think too this will bring the younger gals in, and we certainly do not want to see this "art" diminish because of $$, yet at the same time, I want to see Kathy and Lynn do well in this as well. They have A+ Character. Also this works on the Grace Frame which I have already, BUT bought another model to transfer my JUKI to. I am very pleased with all the help I have received so I can make good decisions, and since I have only had the Juki less than 9 months, and wasn't sure if I wanted to sell it, this has been a great opportunity to get the smaller frame, so I still can include friends to come "play". And hopefully teach some gals as well, as I do not want this art to die.

    At this time I see none for myself,I don't know if for those who like the idea of a computer run machine will feel the same, or if this can be adapted, but for those of us who like freestyle/pantograms/ruler work, this machine appears to have all we might need, and I suspect will even for the "somtime make for $$ quilter".
  • Judy
    Nov 21, 2013, 12:00
    I have been researching quilting machines for the last few months. Kathy Quilts comes up quite often on message boards as the place to get advice and information. To now have a machine designed by you? Can not wait!

    A quilting machine designed by people who actually USE them.

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  • Lynn
    Nov 20, 2013, 21:25
    This machine is perfect for anyone that has a Grace Frame, wants to buy a Grace Frame, or wants to move up from a shortarm machine to one that will do what they always wanted to do with their machine frame.

    Will fit on most of the Grace Frames so all of those frame owners that don't want to get a new frame can use the one they already have.

    none I can think of
  • Anonymous reviewer
    Dec 31, 1969, 17:00
    I had the chance to sew for just a minute on this great machine! I'm so excited that a nice affordable attractive quilter is available! It glided with smooth stitching and the regulator was great!

    When I can finally buy one, this will be it!!! I wish I could have ordered one right then!
  • Anonymous reviewer
    Dec 31, 1969, 17:00
    Would love to have one. This price range is great. However, my concern is support since I live across the country in Tennessee.

    Hi Debra, The awesome thing about the Block RockiT is that is very easy to work one. We will teach you how to service the Block RockiT yourself. If there is something that is too complicated for you to do we will have UPS come pick it up. This service is free for one year. You can extend the warranty if you want an additional year or two. We will always support you as long as you own it. - Lynn
  • Anonymous reviewer
    Dec 31, 1969, 17:00
    Was so happy to see you all in Paducah and how gracious you were to take my dear hubby over to see the insides of the machine. I loved it!! It sewed great now I saved page and maybe santa will deliver it soon:)) Lynn was awesome at explaining things and it does sew very nicely. Wish I had the money then cause show special was awesome:)) When will next online special with frame come around:))
  • Anonymous reviewer
    Dec 31, 1969, 17:00
    I've had my block rocket for 2 weeks now. I absolutely LOVE it. Setup was relatively easy - one of my concerns over buying locally. The machine controls are straight forward and easy to figure out. The hardest part for me was getting the frame rail heights configured correctly. The block rocket yahoo group has been great for that. With no long/mid-arm experience, I was able to move to a real quilt from my practice quilt within a day. I'm on my third quilt now and I am very happy. The stitches are beautiful. If I didn't know which side I quilted on, I wouldn't be able to tell the front from the back (which is how it should be, but my quilts have never looked this good quilting on my DSM). I'm trying to think of a negative to write, but I can't. The machine has been great, and customer service has been wonderful. I'm looking forward to enjoying this machine for years to come. I am very happy with my purchase!
  • Anonymous reviewer
    Dec 31, 1969, 17:00
    I AM VERY EXCITED ABOUT BUYING THIS MACHINE BUT I LIVE IN ALABAMA.WHAT LOCAL SERVICES DO U OFFER IF I SHOULD EVER NEED HANDS ON HELP?

    Hi Barbara, We have you covered for as long as you own the Block RockiT. It is very easy machine to work on. We can help you fix it or we can have UPS come get it. We are just a phone call away. (888)826-0222 - Lynn
  • Anonymous reviewer
    Dec 31, 1969, 17:00
    In the "Quilter" mag. June/July 2014 Issue There is an ad for the Block Rocket starting at $2,999 Bundle price including frame, does any body know what is included for this price and what frame is included?

    Hi Daisy, The $2,999 package includes the Block RockiT 14+ and the Grace SR2 machine quilting frame. That is an eight foot frame so you can do quilts 84 inches wide or smaller. Although it is an entry level frame it works like a charm. You get cloth leaders, bungee clamps, and eBooks and videos that teach you how to use it. All you need to supply is thread, fabric, batting, and time to quilt! - Lynn
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