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Thread: pvc quilt frame

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    Junior Member jessiesmom's Avatar
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    I want to thank the quilter and her husband who put up the pic of the frame and some instructions. I went to Lowe's and the worker in plumbing looked at the picture and told me exactly what I would need to make it. He even cut the pipes for me.

    My husband and I put it together and it looks great, I can't wait to use it.

    I love this pvc it is like tinker toys, did I just date myself??
    I also made a small hand frame with the leftovers. Wow!!!

    Thanks again


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    I am interested in making one of those frames,too. Would you please tell me where to find the picture and instructions? Thanks! :wink:

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    Ditto,Ditti,Ditti,

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    If you're not up to making one, I bought one about 20 years ago from Qsnap. Web address is www.qsnap.com. It fits thru a doorway, and has a gripper cover for each side. That makes it easy to tighten. You do have to move the quilt around to get to all of it, but since I don't have room to put up a frame that's any bigger, it works for me. I've probably done 40 or 50 quilts on it (many of them baby quilts that the girls at church made and we tied together.) My husband is great at helping me set up the quilts and tighten them. Bless him! :D

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    I am also interested in find the photo and instructions for the PVC frame. Has anyone found it? Is it posted on this site?
    Thanks. I am ready to give my husband another project. LOL

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    There is another thread running here:

    Quilting frames......read this one also

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    Hi everyone its been a while since I posted anything .Just wanted to talk about the Q Snap frame.I have one and find it just great I have done a number of Quiltson mine in all sizes .I also find it quite portable I take it to the cottage with me .I would recommend it to anyone .Wilma Osmond

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    Are we talking about hand quilting frames...
    or the ones (John FLynn style) to use with a sewing machine?
    Maybe we need to include this information.

    In the search, there is a picture of a frame, I think it was Debbie Murray who posted it. Sorry, Debbie, if I am in error. My memory is faulty most days.

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    The Qsnap is for hand quilting.

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    This is a picture of pvc frame.
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