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Thread: Same old Same old ..quilting frames

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    Same old Same old ..quilting frames

    I have, at least I'm closer than I was, to being able to sew tops..and I have a ton of the, but quilting them is another thing..I have a great machine..there must be a way to quilt these tops using a frame on my machine that doesn't cost an arm and a leg..can someone help me? Thanks

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    Do you want one to mount your machine on or one like the John Flynn frame that you use with it as is???? Not quite sure what you need.

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    Power Poster dunster's Avatar
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    Try quilting in sections. You won't need a frame. Marti Michell's book, Machine Quilting in Sections, explains many ways to do this.

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