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Thread: Quilt-cam last night

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    Quilt-cam last night

    I was watching Bonnie Hunter on her quilt-cam last night (my first time).

    She briefly talked about the acrylic extension table she was using. It has adjustable legs for the height and other panels which adjusted so that it could be used on a variety of machine, especially vintage machines.

    Did anyone happen to get the name of the webwite where she ordered it?

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    Try this http://www.hopelessjackdesigns.com/ I just saw this guy at the Dallas QS this weekend. Not sure if it is the same one. Luckily I still had my book

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    this one is neat so you can use it on different machines. I have one just for my Viking but need one for my Baby lock and and my featherweight
    Quote Originally Posted by quiltstringz View Post
    Try this http://www.hopelessjackdesigns.com/ I just saw this guy at the Dallas QS this weekend. Not sure if it is the same one. Luckily I still had my book

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    Thank you for the link, that is really cool!

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    Thanks for the replies. I really like the idea that one table can adapt to different machines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltstringz View Post
    Try this http://www.hopelessjackdesigns.com/ I just saw this guy at the Dallas QS this weekend. Not sure if it is the same one. Luckily I still had my book
    wow that is so neat-and can fit many machines-thanks great link
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    SewMates. I got the name off of Bonnie's site.

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