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Thread: Lap top frame with "sit on" attachment

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    Garylester's Avatar
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    I have a 14" lap top frame made by a local fellow. I saw Harry Barnett's "sit on conversion kit". I got it and it went on my frame in 5 minutes. The best part is how it works. I have a queen size in it. The "sit on" attachment has a spinner that allows me to turn the quilt 360 degrees as I work on a block (only 128 out of 140 to go). I love it. Now to deal with the sore finger. Aunt Becky and I haven't been able to development a positive relationship yet. Gary

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    Super Member Prism99's Avatar
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    Great idea for the frame!

    A lot of people seem to have difficulty mastering the Aunt Becky method. Some day I'd like to try, as it would make my hand quilting go so much faster!

    Are you going to post a photo of your quilt???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prism99
    Great idea for the frame!

    A lot of people seem to have difficulty mastering the Aunt Becky method. Some day I'd like to try, as it would make my hand quilting go so much faster!

    Are you going to post a photo of your quilt???
    I just figured out how to put my avatar on. Now I've got to work on posting photos. But, I have a son who is much younger than me, so that will help. I love all the photos. I will try to post some. Gary

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