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Thread: Table top ?? Quilter

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    Table top ?? Quilter

    At quilt shows, I have seen a frame that you put your quilt on and then use it with your domestic machine to free motion quilt. I think you move the frame instead of the machine. I have googled several terms and can't find this. Anyone know what I am talking about?
    Bev

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    Are you thinking of the John Flynn frame system?

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    John Flynn frame? I use one. Many only use it a few times and give up as it being not worth it. I stuck with it and now it's like second nature to zip back and forth up and down. No problem at all. It's great for simple back and forth designs. And cost me $120. plus the cost of a folding banquet table from Lowe's.
    Got fabric?

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    I have seen the one you are talking about and it is different than John Flynn's. For one thing it is smaller. Unfortunately, I can't remember the name. I tried searching the net and came up empty. Hope you can find the answer.

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    This might be the one you are thinking of. I have one and had beginner's luck. Worked great the first time, can't seem to get the hang of it now. Sorry I bought it...
    http://www.allbrands.com/products/21...uilters-cruise
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