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Thread: Flynn Multi-frame system ???????

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    Super Member debbieoh's Avatar
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    Flynn Multi-frame system ???????

    Has anyone bought and used this frame for quilting? I'm thinking about
    saving for it but wanted some advice.
    I have so many quilt tops to quilt and there is no way I can aford to have someone quilt for me.
    _http://www.flynnquilt.com/

    debbie

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    Are they running a special? LOL someone else just started a thread about this a little bit ago! Here is a link to that thread: The John Flynn System for quilting

    and here is a link to a search for the Flynn system here on QB. http://www.quiltingboard.com/search....archid=3729182
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    I use mine for Linus quilts with an overall meandering which works great. I'm not very clever at being able to do any other FMQ with it, so I use the frame with water soluable thread to baste my quilts and then FMQ on my domestic machine.
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    I have one never use it . if u live pretty close I would give it to you.
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    I bought one too and sold it without ever using it. I just couldn't go to the trouble of setting it up. Maybe if you had a machine set up that way permanently. I like my machine with a wider bed.

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    I see lots of them for sale. I think the show demo's make it look easier than it is.

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    I would love to try one.

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    I gave mine away.

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    I have one and use it. Have my 'quilting machine' set up on a 6 foot banquet table in my spare spare room....
    I do not make any thing bigger than a twin, so it works fine for me....
    There is a learning curve...that you kinda have to get thru....you have to 'learn' how to attach the backing, batting and top to the rods....but once you do a couple ....it works well for me....
    I did buy mine used at a far reduced rate over full price....and for what you get it works for me.......
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    HI, I started the other thread or tried to, but not sure what happened to it and when I clicked on the link that Auntiepiggylpn suggested I got nothing. Anyway I am interested in what people have to say. I have quilted on rNolting, HQInfusion also Gammill but just don't have room for anything like that and I am basically doing small quilts for charity or twin bed size so thought this might be helpful.


    Thanks for all the comments-----stilll undecided might look for a used one.

    Patti Sue in KS
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