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Thread: My version of the foam quilting table

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    How much do you want for a can? I live in a small town and can't find any here.
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    Wow, that is amazing. You are so talented. Do you silicone spray on the surface to make is more slippery? I use it on mine, and what a differnece it makes. If you don't have any, I have a case I'm trying to find homes for. lol

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    This is great!! How do you keep the individual pieces from sliding out of place? Also, I don't quite understand how the silicone spray is used. Thanks!!

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    What a gift of knowledge!

    Now this is ingenious!!!! I absolutely love this, will be making myself one in the new year! Thanks a million times over!

    Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by laralea View Post
    This is great!! How do you keep the individual pieces from sliding out of place? Also, I don't quite understand how the silicone spray is used. Thanks!!
    Under the foam sections I have that non-slip shelf liner stuff...just make sure that it's even underneath the foam sections so they don't rock around. I had that trouble with the little section at first.

    I don't use the silicone spray. The oilcloth is plenty slippery. And that's a bit of a drawback when I'm just sewing, as opposed to quilting. Fabric does slide around!

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    Wow, what an awesome job, Happy quilting.

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    Very interesting topic. Thanks for the pictures.
    Carol

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    Bingo- an answer to all the machines we have with missing free arms- LOVE IT !

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    thanks for sharing your update. I think about making a table like this but have never gotten up the courage to try it. How do you keep yours in place with all the pushing and pulling if you are working on a large quilt?

    Suzy


    Duh, never mind ... saw where you had already answered that question. sorry, the question just popped into my head while I was typing.

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    What an awesome idea - thanks for sharing

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    THanks for showing us how you did this - I always struggle to get enough space for my quilting.

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