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Thread: Teflon "slider" sheets - even remotely worth the price?

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    I like mine very much. FMQ is great with it. Also try buying some door stops & put under the back of your machine to raise it up. Sure helps with neck strain. You're like me ,sew till u drop. Have to remember to get up & walk around every so often. Put the iron board so u have to get up & walk to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by callen View Post
    Could you someone describe this oven liner that they purchased instead of the Supreme Slider. I have never seen or heard of such a thing. That does it look like & where besides WalMart can it be purchased. I live in Canada. Would appreciate any help that I can get.
    They are marketed for quite a wide variety of purposes. If you do a search on Amazon for "teflon sheet" you will find quite a variety. Here is a link to one type that I believe some people use in place of the slider:
    http://www.amazon.com/Regency-Inch-S...dp/B000A3I3EW/
    I have seen these in the cooking department of Fleet Farm. Target probably has them, and I would think any store that has a large kitchen department.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schwanton View Post
    I bought one for free motion quilting, but found my fabric always got stuck on the edge of my extension table. The last quilt I fmq'd I moved my machine and extension table to the dining room. I bought an inexpensive flannel backed vinyl tablecloth and cut a small hole in it for my needle. I then used three large black office clamps and pulled the table cloth taut on three edges of my dining table. My quilt slid easily and never got caught. I wish I had thought of this idea sooner!
    Great idea!
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    The slider is slick not non stick. There is a big difference but unless you compare you won't know.
    Got fabric?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prism99 View Post
    They are marketed for quite a wide variety of purposes. If you do a search on Amazon for "teflon sheet" you will find quite a variety. Here is a link to one type that I believe some people use in place of the slider:
    http://www.amazon.com/Regency-Inch-S...dp/B000A3I3EW/
    I have seen these in the cooking department of Fleet Farm. Target probably has them, and I would think any store that has a large kitchen department.
    Oh, I miss Fleet Farm so-o-o much.. We don't have them, or anything like them in the Denver area.

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    Save your $$$.

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    try using parchment paper you can buy it by the roll, you just need to tape it down

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