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Thread: Flynn Quilting Frame

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    I figured it out! The sleeve pieces came already attached and they looked like permanent pieces of the end piece. Well, a needle-nose plier and some brute strength (well, slight exaggeration :D) later, I got the piece off and now it will fit other pipes.

    I read in the instructions that 6 sleeves were included but I assumed they were forgotten or something, heh. So now I'm all good to start quilting

    Thanks for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by LucyInTheSky
    I figured it out! The sleeve pieces came already attached and they looked like permanent pieces of the end piece. Well, a needle-nose plier and some brute strength (well, slight exaggeration :D) later, I got the piece off and now it will fit other pipes.

    I read in the instructions that 6 sleeves were included but I assumed they were forgotten or something, heh. So now I'm all good to start quilting

    Thanks for your help
    wonderful!!

    i think it helped that mine didn't come put together. i had to build the entire thing and the first quilt i ever did on it was a king size so i had to buy new rods from the start.


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    Sounds like you are having quite a challenge.. I think I will follow your attempts and successes before getting one of these "helpers"... I have to think of getting another sewing machine as the one I was going to designate to it, a Sears 100 is acting up...
    thanks for your comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nzm
    Sounds like you are having quite a challenge.. I think I will follow your attempts and successes before getting one of these "helpers"... I have to think of getting another sewing machine as the one I was going to designate to it, a Sears 100 is acting up...
    thanks for your comments.
    its really not a complication thing, the OP just wasn't aware that the black end caps can be removed with ease and placed onto any rod she desires.

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    The machine itself seems pretty simple and easy. With the caps on there, nothing fit, but once the caps are removed - tada perfect for any size quilt. I'll post updates once I start quilting on it. I have to exercise some self control since I have to make some Alice in Wonderland card costumes by yesterday, but I keep wanting to play with my new toy

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    Will be watching for your comments..Thanks much all of you for your comments, looks like I might be going down this path..

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