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Thread: If you are thinking about a sweet 16/handiquilter...

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    Senior Member sewplease's Avatar
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    If you are thinking about a sweet 16/handiquilter...

    I received an advertisement from my LQS about a promotion HQ is having through March 20. They are offering zero down, zero percent interest plans on several models. Just posting this for those who may be interested in this kind of deal if a cash purchase is not an option. I have NO connection with HQ other than I wish I had one! :-) www.handiquilter.com
    Laura

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    I have a handi quilter and love it but i saw at a local quilt show last weekend a frame made by a longarmer that a regular sewing machine goes on check out their website www.quiltersexpress.com it was really neat I have no connection with this co but thought it was really neat i tried it and it worked great. she has come out with a laser now that is 50.00 so you can do panagrams with it.

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    Thanks for link, that frame looks really good


    Quote Originally Posted by fromzstore View Post
    I have a handi quilter and love it but i saw at a local quilt show last weekend a frame made by a longarmer that a regular sewing machine goes on check out their website www.quiltersexpress.com it was really neat I have no connection with this co but thought it was really neat i tried it and it worked great. she has come out with a laser now that is 50.00 so you can do panagrams with it.

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    Any idea what the price is? As is often the case there is no mention on the website that I could see. Thanks for any info you have on price.
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    it was 599.00 and the panogram laser was 50.00 and comes with free lessons if you are close by. If not she may have a video what impressed me was she is a longarmer and designed this so she knew what would work and what would not.

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    That is an interesting frame. I have an HQ Sweet 16 and love it. But this quilting frame may solve my lust for a Long Arm setup.
    Sweet Caroline

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    Cool stitchquick

    Quote Originally Posted by Caroline S View Post
    That is an interesting frame. I have an HQ Sweet 16 and love it. But this quilting frame may solve my lust for a Long Arm setup.
    all sound g ood , I better save some money can not get indeft
    #They Call Me QuickStitch!!

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    Thanks for the link to the site. I may delay some fabric purchases to pay for this
    Spring

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