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    Block Queen

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    Has anyone ever used a fabric frame such as this one with their domestic sewing machine to do quilting? I would appreciate any thoughts. TIA

    http://www.husqvarnaviking.com/en-US...r-Fabric-Frame

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    I haven’t used it but it looks like the Handiquilter Simply Sixteen.

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    No, I have not seen one before, but wonder what it costs? I actually have a Sapphire model I have never used.
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    I have seen this one recently at a quilt show. Although shown with Husquarvana, it works with other sewing machines. I believe it is one of the Grace frame. They make for various DSM. I gave it some thought, but found it had limitations and cumbersome for larger wuilt, which I tend to make. It would be fine for smaller quilts just my opinion.

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    Interesting. I watched the video. At the very end they put a round open sided piece around the edges for tensioning the sandwich. It's flexible and I wondered if over time those bars would stretch out from continual use??

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