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Thread: Handi Quilter Quilting

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    I ran across the Handi Quilter for home quilting with your machine. Are they a good investment? I'm all ears!!!

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    never heard of them, I will watch this topic for replies

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    I have tried them at quilt shows, but you must remember that the throat of your machine is all the room you will have to quilt with. The quilted fabric gets rolled up and rests on the throat of the machine. I think that if you quilted half, took off the frame and then did the other side it would help with the bulk of the quilt. Just a thought.

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    I have one, but haven't been able to use it yet! We are working on making an area big enough to set up the whole thing!!Then I will have to spend a lot of time learning to use it well. I have read it takes many hours before you are competent with one! The old learning curve again!! ;-)

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