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Thread: TURN YOUR SEWING MACHINE INTO A LONG ARM

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    Junior Member born2bfree67's Avatar
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    so i was reading an article that read about how you can turn your 7" throat sewing machine into a long arm. as long as you have 7" of throat, the you can sew 16" patterns. here is the site and let me know what you girls think :-)

    http://maxthroat.com

    NEVER MIND, AS OF THIS MORNING THE SITE IS DOWN.

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    Moderator QuiltnNan's Avatar
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    they are connected with the pcquilter folks. i have the pcquilter and it is very well built. i haven't set it up, though, since i moved a year or so ago.

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    Senior Member ljsunflower's Avatar
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    I wonder why they discontinued making them?
    I am on another forum where the members there have some of these machines that have been stretched. I wonder if this is the place that did the stretching for them?
    That is odd.

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