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Thread: How to make home quilting frames & quilt stands, Ideas Enjoy!

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    Thanks. Will bookmark

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    Quilt Stand and other ideas wow, lots of ideas here from pvc, scroll down

    http://www.pvcworkshop.com/freePVCplans.htm

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    other ideas and where you can order the clamps

    http://www.simplifiedbuilding.com/project_ideas.php#PVC

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    No it wasn't those. It was just planks of wood and you wound your quilt top on one and the batting on the other (I think) You put your back down and slowly unwound the top and the batting and pinned as you go. I think it had pictures.
    Then you just machine or hand quilted as normal. It didn't make a frame or anything

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    could you be referring to sharonschambernetwork.com

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    sounds interesting, please post the link if you find it

    Quote Originally Posted by sewaholic
    No it wasn't those. It was just planks of wood and you wound your quilt top on one and the batting on the other (I think) You put your back down and slowly unwound the top and the batting and pinned as you go. I think it had pictures.
    Then you just machine or hand quilted as normal. It didn't make a frame or anything

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    Thanks for the links Karen! They are very interesting

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    I saw the same post and have been looking for it also. Did you find the link? I think I have looked at all these so far and haven't seen what I remember. Thanks

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