I did a search on quilt frames and have been asking quilters which ones they have and how they like them.
Now here is the catch. I do not intend to hand quilt. I have nerve damage in my fingers and cannot hold the needle. I want to be able to roll my quilts on a frame in order to get the layers together and smoothed out. Yes, I will probably have to baste them, then take them off the frame and do the quilting on my sewing machine.
Does anyone have any comments about this idea for use of a quilt frame? Do you think it will work? If not, tell me why.
The John Flynn frame really intrigues me. Does anyone have one of his frames?
I can send a list of the frame I found on line if you would like to check them out before you purchase one. There is an Amish company that sells wooden frames. Gohn Bros. Mfg. Co. I found them listed on the internet as well.
This is the best I have to offer for now. June