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Thread: Where do you buy your pantographs for your long arm?

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    Senior Member koko's Avatar
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    Where do you buy your pantographs for your long arm?

    Just wondering who has the best prices and variety for pantographs for long arm quilting.

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    Not sure about best prices, Golden Threads, and Urban Elementz are a couple.

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    I don't do pantographs, but saw lots at kenquilts.com

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    I like digitech, Anne bright, and intelligent quilting. I'm not certain they all have paper pantos...
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    http//:www.digitechpatterns.com has a large selection of paper patterns.
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    I think Anne Bright has them on sale now until Jan 21 for half price. Otherwise they usually run between 10-20 dollars anywhere you look.
    jackie

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    Quote Originally Posted by greensleeves View Post
    I think Anne Bright has them on sale now until Jan 21 for half price. Otherwise they usually run between 10-20 dollars anywhere you look.
    thanks,I just ordered 5 pantos-wanted a lot more but 5 was my limit today.
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    I have never bought a pantograph. I use alot of the free ones from Urban Elementz and I have a couple of the add a line books with the patterns. I only have a 5in area to quilt in with my mega quilter so I have to stay with smaller pantos.
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