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Thread: Next Generation Frame

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    Smile Next Generation Frame

    I'm looking at this frame at sew& vac. They are clearing them out for $600. Anyone have this one. What all do I need to buy leaders?? Also hoping to get a Brother 1500. Will this set-up work.
    True4uca

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    nothing is showing up.
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    I saw it a few weeks ago... A great price if it works! It is made by grace, right?

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    That's a great price. I've had mine for almost 4 years and love it. I loved it more after I bought leaders. I will find out where I bought them later and post it for you.

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    I have the Next Generation quilteframe from Gracie. I love it! Sturdy, sizeable, and love the ease of taking the poles on or off the frame, also the ratchet design from rolling the poles. I love the side tension bungies, but I made my leaders and I still think it is good. I have the Janome 1600P on the frame and that seems to be working good too. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyS View Post
    I have the Next Generation quilteframe from Gracie. I love it! Sturdy, sizeable, and love the ease of taking the poles on or off the frame, also the ratchet design from rolling the poles. I love the side tension bungies, but I made my leaders and I still think it is good. I have the Janome 1600P on the frame and that seems to be working good too. Good luck!
    How did you make your own leaders.
    True4uca

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