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Thread: How to quilt those large quilts on a DSM

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    Lightbulb How to quilt those large quilts on a DSM

    Hi there!

    Here is the link that I used http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.c...ang-it-up.html

    I used the exact clips, door handles (be sure to get extra long screws) and a couple of different sizes of bungees so you can make adjustments as you quilt.

    When I quilt a large quilt, I hook the part that is farthest away from my machine to the bungees.

    I hope this helps.
    JulieM

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    Hmm.... interesting but not sure I'd like all that hardware in plain view. Thanks for the link though, it's fun to see what works for everyone else.

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    Thank you for the link.
    I often thought about doing something like this, little did I know that someone else thought of it first. lol
    Now I'm going to do it because if Leah says it works for her, I know it will work for me.
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    I don't think I would mind the hardware on the ceiling as most people don't come into my sewing room. That is interesting.

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    A very interesting setup. Thanks for the link.
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    wow, would have never thought of that, how interesting.

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