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Thread: Converting Sweet 16 Sitdown to a Standup Little Foot Frame

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    Converting Sweet 16 Sitdown to a Standup Little Foot Frame

    Have any of you converted your HQ Sweet 16 into a "longarm on a frame"? Much like a Simply 16 set up? If so, are you happy with it? I have been "lusting" over a Simply 16, but just can't justify the $$$. However, if I could convert my Sweet 16 and get all the "whistles and bells" as on a Simply 16 for less than half the cost, that might be doable.
    Any advice or comments will be welcomed.

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    The Sweet 16 can be converted to use on a frame. Ask your HQ dealer.

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    Agree that this is an option.
    A quilt is like a good life. It's full of mistakes, but, in the end, it looks pretty good.

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    It can be converted up, but I was told, once converted it couldn’t be brought back to original. Just be aware and ask about this if there is any chance you would want to go back.

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    There is a lady on the Handiquilter Facebook page who is selling her Little Foot Frame. You would still need a conversion to the machine, but it may save you some money.

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