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Thread: Follow up Question to Manley's machie quilt question

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    Member nonnaof5's Avatar
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    I was wondering if any of you that quilt with your regular machine use the Flynn Frame? It seems like a relatively inexpensive way to quilt the long arm way with your machine turned perpendicular to the quilt? I have never actually seen one of these frames, just heard about. (It's a beautiful day in Kansas)

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    Marion Jean's Avatar
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    I'd be interested in responses to this also. I saw John Flynn demonstrating this at a quilt show and he made it look really easy. Of course, I know I would manage to make it difficult LOL

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    I had one and it worked OK on wall hangings or baby quilts but was hard for me to use on anything larger. Just was too bulky for me to move easily. I love making bed size quilts so I ended up giving mine away.

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    Super Member Candace's Avatar
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    Do a search using the search feature above. There have been many threads about it and many mixed and negative responses.

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