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Thread: Grace Quilting Frames

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    Does anybody know if the Grace Quilting Frame is any good.
    The Juki TL2000QI sewing machine

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    Does anybody know if the Grace Quilting Frames are any good?
    The Juki TL2000QI sewing machine

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    I have a Grace frame and I love it. I have an old Pfaff 79 on it and I would love to have a longarm for the throat space but this will do for now. If I got a longarm I would keep the same frame.

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    The Grace Frame I am looking at is metal with a Juki TL2000QI machine.

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    Yes, they are very good.

    there is a group on Yahoo for Grace Machine quilting frames.

    Last time I tried to post a link here it was not allowed.

    Lots of satisfied customers. I have the GMQ Pro for over 3 years. good sturdy frame.

    June in Cincinnati

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    I had a Little Gracie II, and now have a Pinnacle. Have been very happy with both.

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    I am glad to see this post I am looking into a gracie myself. they have one on their website for 1700 that comes with a Juki, but I am thinking that just a basic frame that will fit one of my older machines should work just fine.

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    Go to www.kathyquilts.com and they sell the Grace Frame for $399.00

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    you might want to consider the amoung ot quilting space you will have (or won't have) if you use a domestic machine. Everyone I know who has tried this has become very frustrated. It can be done, but takes forever. A Juki, I assume is 9" and would give you more space to quilt...but there are many others to choose from. I have a Bailey 13" Home quilter that I am happy with. The more space to quilt, the better.

    ask others here who have tried the domestic machines on a frame or go to the Yahoo group - Grace Machine Quilting frames.. lots of information there.

    June in Cincinnati

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    I love my juki on the Gracie II frame I am getting the 2010 in a month for the frame. It takes about a day to get uses to it.

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