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Thread: What type of Hand Quilting Frames do you have?

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    What type of Hand Quilting Frames do you have?

    Floor models what brands

    Hoops what brands

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    I use a Jasmine (hoop on a stand), the Easy Spinner with a hoop of 18". Love it!

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    I have an Ulmer Quilt frame.
    I rarely hand quilt anymore but when I was using it I loved it.

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    haven't heard of that one, where can you buy them from?

    Quote Originally Posted by Borntohandquilt
    I use a Jasmine (hoop on a stand), the Easy Spinner with a hoop of 18". Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    haven't heard of that one, where can you buy them from?

    Quote Originally Posted by Borntohandquilt
    I use a Jasmine (hoop on a stand), the Easy Spinner with a hoop of 18". Love it!
    Here's their website---be sure to click on the Demos.
    http://www.ulmerquilter.com/

    But they're cheaper here:
    http://threadsintyme.tripod.com/ulmerquilterframe.htm

    Edited---OOPS I thought you were asking about the Ulmer frame. Maybe I should go back to bed....

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    I use a "home made" floor frame. Saw horse brackets and 2x4's. Has worked great for about 30 years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    haven't heard of that one, where can you buy them from?

    Quote Originally Posted by Borntohandquilt
    I use a Jasmine (hoop on a stand), the Easy Spinner with a hoop of 18". Love it!
    I bought it here in Germany in a quilt shop, but the company's website is here:



    http://www.jasmineheirlooms.com/

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    I was gifted with this FAN DESIGN QUILTING FRAME HAND QUILT when I got into quilting a couple years ago. Here's the ebay item: http://cgi.ebay.com/FAN-DESIGN-QUILT...item20b13a7c55

    Still have it and still have a quilt on it just waiting to be finished :)

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    I have a Hinterberg Design "Classic." It's very sturdy, has 3 poles so I don't have to baste. Sadly, they don't make them anymore.

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    I have a round Hintenburg floor frame and a square Grace frame. Both of them tilt and revolve. The Grace frame even has a light. I can use both of them while sitting in a wing chair.

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