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Thread: john flynn quilting frame

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    I have just got a john flynn quilting frame. It's still in the box. Does anyone have one? I am hoping to get some tips etc. from you guys. Are you happy with your purchase? How easy do you find it to use? I am looking forward to using it but I just finished basting by hand 2 quilts last week so I am going to have to get busy and piece another one so I can give it a try.

    christine

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    Use the search feature above as there have been many threads about it. Good luck.

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    ditto

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    I just got one too. I have not used it as of yet but in just looking at the video...it seems pretty simple. I have a few projects to finish before I will be able to try the frame but I am excited it try it. Let me know how yu like it.
    Quote Originally Posted by threads57
    I have just got a john flynn quilting frame. It's still in the box. Does anyone have one? I am hoping to get some tips etc. from you guys. Are you happy with your purchase? How easy do you find it to use? I am looking forward to using it but I just finished basting by hand 2 quilts last week so I am going to have to get busy and piece another one so I can give it a try.

    christine

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    I would suggest you take some muslin and sandwich it together on the frame and practice before you put anything on it that is important. It takes practice.

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