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Thread: Lollipop

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    Interesting little thing.

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    lollipop can be rolls of binding fabric, not sure otherwise.

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    Oh, thanks for clarifying. Never would have guessed.

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    ......and again, I learned something today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sadiemae
    This is one you can look at, it is for the HQ machines.
    http://www.handiquilter.com/shop/product/ruler-base/
    Oh now I see why it's called a lollypop (I think).
    It sort of looks like one with that empty rectangular space where the stick should be.

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    I had a good laugh when you asked about the lollipop. I' m French speaking, the first time I made a quilt from a magazine they were saying to fudge the seam. No one could help me with the meaning.

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    Pricy little dude. Does it work

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    No, no ladies, a lolly pop has a white stick with either flat candy or a ball on the end of it. You suck on it while you quilt so that you don't have to get up and leave your quilting to eat.....LOL

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    Wow This is new to me, would love to see pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenchi
    Well, I have a Bailey Quilting Machine on a Frame. I bought a
    Lollipop from the dealer. It is a metal plate that you put on the sewing machine and then you can do quilting with ruler work, etc. It's used so you have more space when long arm quilting.
    Karen
    so, it's an extension table that gives you more space to balance a ruler or a plastic template? i think most machines have them now. it's the equivalent of the clear acrylic extension table for a regular home machine. people are building them out of wood and acrylic themselves. look at the tin lizzie yahoo group picture gallery. they sit on the sled and create extension space.

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    ok--what is that

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    http://tinlizzie2.homestead.com/Table.html

    this is the one made by the tin lizzie company. it happens to be made of clear acrylic, but it works in the same way. it wraps around the base of the machine arm and gives you a balancing area. in this case, instead of it having the little bent over cleats on the bottom, it has little rubber feet.

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    Thank you for showing that. god bless.

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