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Thread: Quilting on this frame is like trying to read in a moving car

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    So glad you had so many ideas to help. I want one to hang down also and might have dh build the Hinterberg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacelady
    Let it down a bit more, and rest it on the backs of four dining room chairs, so that its own weight will keep it firm. Or two chairs if they are a bit too high, and allow it to tilt towards you.
    I have My Maw Maw frame that hangs from the ceiling I do the same a Lacelady work out great don't forget to tilt it saves the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacelady
    Let it down a bit more, and rest it on the backs of four dining room chairs, so that its own weight will keep it firm. Or two chairs if they are a bit too high, and allow it to tilt towards you.
    what she said - or some sawhorses...

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    I seem to remember my Grandma and Aunt resting theirs on chairs when they quilted on the frame hanging from the ceiling.

    mltquilt

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