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Thread: DIY machine quilting frame

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    Junior Member sewmagic's Avatar
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    I would love to have a quilting frame on a table top. Is there anyone out there who has plans on how to build one?
    Or a website where I could buy one.
    My husband is very good with woodworking, I would love for him to build me one. I looked at the ones out there but they are too expesive for me.
    I also don't have the room for a permanent frame so for me to put it up or away would be awesome.
    Thanks for you input.

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-68504-1.html
    she made this all her own!

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    Junior Member sewmagic's Avatar
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    This gives me an error message. Can't open that link!

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    Here's a link for a frame you might find helpful, not diy, but inexpensive: http://www.flynnquilt.com/

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    Sorry would not let me post I thought I needed to add the l to the end try dream56's she has the correct link!

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    The Handiquilter 2 is a light weight frame that you install on a table top. If you do a google search it will take you to their website. I had one for sale awhile back, but, because I didn't get any bites, I lent it to a friend. They run about $700.00 right now. I don't know if your DH could copy the picture or not, but, it is mainly just flat plastic piping, with the two arms. I hope this helps.

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    Thanks a lot for all your input. I will research!

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