Does anyone know of a website that sells quilt frames to use with an ordinary sewing machine?
Millie from Abingdon, VA
Never personally tried these but have heard good things from friends.
They both cost more than $600 but that's still less than a full-size quilting machine and they take up less room.
At the public library you can find a copy of any monthly quilting magazine (Quilters Newsletter, Quilting) and you'll find ads with photos of the frames you're looking for.
The one In the picture Is a baby quilt 43x39 Inches. I was able to quilt It comfortably on my home sewing machine without too much of a problem. This was my first attempt at free motion quilting. You have to get used to moving the fabric around Instead of letting the feed dog do the work for you.
John Flynn has one that can be used with your home sewing machine.
There are others but they can be a bit pricey.
http://www.johnflynn.com or you can look on e-bay. Nancy's notion's also carries this Item as well...I don't like wrangling those big quilts either.
So I thought I would try Betty Cotton's "Cotton Theory" quilting method.I have the book and Dvd to start this project,along with my Many others.
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