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Thread: Grace 60????

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    Super Member ScubaK's Avatar
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    I am going to look at a grace quilting frame...
    the lady doesn't know alot about it but it is cheap...
    free standing she said...no machine...
    Help...any advice????
    Kirsten

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    Could be a hand quilting frame. Maybe that's why it's so cheap?

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    Grace makes both, I believe.

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    Well
    Wish me luck...
    K

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    Keep us posted. I can't wait to hear. It's a great price.

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    keep us posted

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    Well,
    If you are in the market for a Grace Frame and live in the Puget Sound region...you are in luck...
    This lady has one that is partially set up, the extensions are still in the box...this hasn't been used...at all!!!
    It is a Grace Pinnacle frame and is in pristine condition. However, upon looking at it...I am having to rethink this frame thing...right now!
    She is selling for a great price, just not sure if I wanna make that commitment right now!!!
    So...I will keep educating myself and try and figure out if this is a road I wanna take...
    Kirsten

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    I just got a GMQ, and must admit that setting it up was a bit intimidating. It took me two hours to load the top, bottom and batting the first time. And it took up WAY more room than I was anticipating. BUT, I am now in love. If you think you might want to machine quilt on a frame, and the price is really that good, you might consider it, if you have a place to store it. Half of our living room is now consumed by the "big rig" as my husband calls it.

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