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Thread: New table risers

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    Great idea, thanks for sharing.

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    My first thought when I saw them was that they looked like those "noodles" my grands use in our pool to float around on.......and sometimes bonk each other on the head with. lol. What a great idea for their use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by User886077 View Post
    May I ask more about the Handiquilter? What model is the machine and how easy is it to set up and use? I have been thinking of purchasing a longarm but don't know much about them. Thanks. Clever idea which can be used on many table. thanks.
    Its a handi quilter frame set up and the machine is a Juki TL-98Q, with cruise control attachment. The bed opening is about 8"-9", not as big a long arm. That's my next big step.

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    I use the bed risers that can be purchased at Bed, Bath, and Beyond, or other stores that carry household items.
    This increases the height of the table about 5".

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    Very clever idea... I've been thinking I need to raise my cutting table... now I know how...

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    oh my goodness! I am going to "raise" my table and the legs are very similar. I love the look of yours!
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    Great tip. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grannysewer View Post
    Sorry, didn't do it right. Hope this time works.
    That is great, now do you use a Juki machine and could you take another picture of how you have the machine set up...Thanks

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    I have the Juki on my long arm frame and it works great, I can do queen and kings..........
    Quote Originally Posted by grannysewer View Post
    Its a handi quilter frame set up and the machine is a Juki TL-98Q, with cruise control attachment. The bed opening is about 8"-9", not as big a long arm. That's my next big step.

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