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Thread: Where do you buy your paper pantos?

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    Super Member leatheflea's Avatar
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    Where do you buy your paper pantos?

    I love quilting on the frame and doing custom work on my quilts. But recently I've wished I could get one done quickly with a panto. I've searched the net and found several sites. They are all very nice. A little feedback on the pantos and the companies is something that I couldn't find while surfing. I wish I had a system that I could just download and push a button and it does all the work but I don't. Several of the sites I've stumbled upon only do digital, I assume that is for computerized systems? Do you gals have a favorite site for paper pantos? Or a favorite panto? Have you foud that one companies pantos are better quality than another? Is there any sites that have nice free ones to print as a tester before purchasing newer pantos? Of course price is a factor, however I'd rather have a panto I love and pay a higher price, rather than a panto I hate and never use for cheaper. Thanks for any input.

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    Power Poster Mariposa's Avatar
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    Try www:urbanelementz.com. They have some fantastic designs, including ones by Patricia Ritter. I love her stuff!
    If you join the "Essential Elementz club" you get a great discount on their pantos. Monthly shipment, you can join or quit at any time. I get their paper ones, but they also have digital.
    I am not affiliated with them, just a happy customer!
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    I agree with Mariposa! I love Patricia Ritter designs. I also shop at goldenthreads.com; quiltscomplete.com; and thequiltedrose.com All these sites give very good service. I always look for pantos that interlock as I do not like to see "rows" of quilting after I take the quilt off the frame. Have fun looking at these sites and plan to spend hours shopping!

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    Super Member leatheflea's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbielinks View Post
    I agree with Mariposa! I love Patricia Ritter designs. I also shop at goldenthreads.com; quiltscomplete.com; and thequiltedrose.com All these sites give very good service. I always look for pantos that interlock as I do not like to see "rows" of quilting after I take the quilt off the frame. Have fun looking at these sites and plan to spend hours shopping!
    You said exactly what I was trying to get out but couldn't. I've seen pantos that look like rows, I find that very unattractive. Thanks for you help!

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