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I am sure this has been discussed before, but I am thinking about purchasing one, but  I do not have much knowledge about one.  Has anyone tried one or have one?  What do you think of it?  Is it quilter friendly, easy to use or is it too clumsy?  Do you think it is worth the money?  I would love to have a longarm but that expense is not feasible for me.  Thanks for helping me out. 

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Here's the link to another thread where this was discussed - scroll down to Joni's post entltled "another question" and follow the responses.  There's a link to a video on the company's website, too, so you can see the frame in use.

Myabe more people will respond here, too.  Good luck :-)

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Jean replied on Wed, Feb 17 2010 2:12 PM

Thea posted a response to an earlier question on this.....she has one and isn't happy with it.

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Willie L replied on Wed, Feb 17 2010 2:43 PM

I had one was not happy with it,but sold it to a friend at guild white elephant sale and she loves it.

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Stephanie replied on Thu, Feb 18 2010 10:22 PM

Rmageors, I researched this and watched his video and came to the conclusion that this could be really wonderful if you did baby quilts and wallhangings. You can use your machine on an regular tabletop instead od sinking it level with the surface. I'm sure with everything it would take some getting used to, but most of my projects are king size so opted out on this for now.   

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