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Thread: Quilting table/Janome horizon

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    Member BARBISBOSS's Avatar
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    Just bought a janome horizon long arm quilter and now would like to buy a quilting table. Most of the frames are for short arm . Does anyone one know where I can get a frame to suit. gone from an old banger to a rolls royce.

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    You're looking for a frame or a table??

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    I am looking for a frame to put the 3 layers together :D

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    where did you find a machine that didnt have a frame

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    not heard of the horizon being long arm -- it does have a much wider space from needle to body and a beautiful[ maroon]looking machine--

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    It sure is yummy. Been looking at different quilting frames and it was reported that the horizon is too heavy. Went into johnwatts.com he has them there and a few others brindabella.com.au pfaff. its no good spending3.500 dallars and it doesnot work just doing my homework Thanks

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    It can't be any heavier than the Bernina 830 and Grace makes a frame for Bernina. You can go to the Bernina website or check online with Grace. I know the one with the Bernina "name" is like $2,000. Though you can probably get one cheaper directly from Grace http://www.graceframe.com/

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    Just went there. The prices differ in usa $2,000 AUST $3,600

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