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cnascar88 posted on Tue, Feb 5 2013 3:52 PM
I have a giant standing quilting frame, the kind designed for a group of people to work on a large quilt at once. It has two legs and the quilt is positioned on two rollers. I am looking to find it a new home, but i can't find one on the internet at all, to get info @ them. Does anyone know if they are called something other than a standing group frame? Or know a site with info about them? I've had it over 15 years, so maybe they no longer make/use them. When I bought it, it was already a good number of years old. I'd appreciate any info. Thanks.
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Is it made of wood? Do you know the manufacture name? Have you googled  "large quilt floor frame"? Try that.

I have a Grace floor frame that I have never used. Paid over $200.00 for it. Then decided I don't want to hand quilt.

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Nana replied on Tue, Feb 5 2013 5:54 PM

The only thing I have ever heard them called is a quilting frame.   Good luck on finding the info you are looking for.

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Carol replied on Tue, Feb 5 2013 9:30 PM

cnascar88:
I have a giant standing quilting frame, the kind designed for a group of people to work on a large quilt at once. It has two legs and the quilt is positioned on two rollers. I am looking to find it a new home, but i can't find one on the internet at all, to get info @ them. Does anyone know if they are called something other than a standing group frame? Or know a site with info about them? I've had it over 15 years, so maybe they no longer make/use them. When I bought it, it was already a good number of years old. I'd appreciate any info. Thanks.
Could you maybe take a photo of it to see just what kind it is?  Actually, you could always put it on ebay or craig's list, too.

 

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