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Thread: EZ-Q system

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    Super Member greaterexp's Avatar
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    I picked up my vintage EZ-Q frame with the Consew machine, Model 106. The only information I can find online is for a Model 106R, which is different from the one I have. I'm not sure I have it threaded correctly or that I have loaded the quilt onto the frame correctly. I cannot get any answer from APQS, the maker of the frame or Consew, though I have sent emails. The manual is extremely limited, and the pictures and descriptions aren't very clear, at least to a beginner like me. Any suggestions? The previous owner is in very poor health, so I cannot ask her for help.

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    Super Member Prism99's Avatar
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    Try joining the homequiltingsystems group on Yahoo. Someone there may have that setup and be able to help you. If you don't know how to join a Yahoo group, PM me and I'll give you instructions.

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    Super Member TonnieLoree's Avatar
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    I can't offer any help for loading your quilt on to the frame. I can tell you that if you just keep in mind that ALL sewing machines follow the same basic path to thread correctly. I hope you get a response to your emails soon.

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    I'll bet someone on the APQS board can help: http://www.apqs.com/quiltboard/index.php

    Just from the couple threads I skimmed through, it looks like you have the grandmother of current home & semi-pro quilting systems.

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