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  • Re: Super Quilter

    This is a frame that layers your quilt together the same way as a longarm quilting machine. You set this up on a table as long as your quilt. You then roll you top on a roller-your batting on another roller-your batting on another roller, then you attach each of the layers to a roller on the other side of the frame.There is a shelf to put you sewing
    Posted to Quilter's Marketplace (Forum) by Diana Lawson on Wed, Apr 18 2012
  • Re: Super Quilter

    This is not The Proflex. It is just called The Super Quilter. It does not have a built in table. You set the frame on a tabletop. I found a website that shows the frame and lists it's features. www.sewingmachineoutlet.com From the blue info bar at the top select Quilting. From the drop down menu select Frames. Scroll down to the bottom of the page
    Posted to Quilter's Marketplace (Forum) by Diana Lawson on Fri, Apr 13 2012
  • Re: Super Quilter

    Thank you Barbara, I was pulling my hair out trying to change the ad! Diana
    Posted to Quilter's Marketplace (Forum) by Diana Lawson on Mon, Apr 9 2012
  • Re: Super Quilter

    HELP! Quilt Daddy, I can not get to the section to post my ad. I have tried everything but keep ending up in the forum. Could you give me instructions on how to place an ad? Thanks. Diana
    Posted to Quilter's Marketplace (Forum) by Diana Lawson on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Super Quilter

    Does anyone in Maine want to buy a Super Quilter? This is a frame that allows you to layer and quilt your quilts with your home sewing machine. The complete system costs $600.00 new. This frame has been used only once and we will sell it for $400.00.
    Posted to Quilter's Marketplace (Forum) by Diana Lawson on Wed, Apr 4 2012
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today? #3

    Thanks Marie, The rollers are easy to use. I never was a fan of the layering process. I had 9 tops that I put off layering because of this. I thought there has to be a better way! I think I found it. Now those tops have been layered and put in the store. I have a couple more to do then I'll be caught up on layering all those tops. I can layer a
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Diana Lawson on Sat, Apr 9 2011
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today? #3

    Hi Marge, I have not tried it myself(I do no like basting spray) but some quilters told me they were going to try it. I did hear back from a Texas Quilter who tried it. She did 3 quilts without spraying. She had a quilt with lots of bias edges so she used the spray to hold the layers together. She said it worked really well keeping her top from stretching
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Diana Lawson on Sat, Apr 9 2011
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today? #3

    Nana, There is a easier and quicker way to sandwich quilts. Check out my website www.roll-n-pin.com.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Diana Lawson on Sat, Apr 9 2011
  • Re: Quilt Show Flyers

    Thanks so much Joy, I really appreciate the help. I don't have any information in N.C .yet although I think one of the quilters who bought rollers at the Maine Quilt Show was from N.C. My brother and wife winter in Salisbury N.C. and they are looking for message boards too. My e-mail is dlawson6@roadrunner.com Thank you again. Diana
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Diana Lawson on Thu, Mar 31 2011
  • Quilt Show Flyers

    Hello QCA Members, I was wondering of some of you could help me. I have developed a new quilt layering tool, Roll-n-Pin. I have a website (www.roll-n-pin.com) but no not have funds to advertise in magazines etc. In Maine we have public access bulletin boards where I place cards directing people to my website. I can also place my flyers at quilt shows
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Diana Lawson on Tue, Mar 29 2011
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