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Old-Fashioned Quilt Frames

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Today's Price: $199.95 - $259.00
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Have a quilting bee with your friends or work on that future heirloom by yourself. Old-fashioned quilt frames are difficult to find but we came across a local Amish family that still makes them.
  • Sturdy, unfinished legs (29-1/2"H x 29"W) support three rollers
  • Takes up much less room than traditional square frames
  • Rollers lift off legs for practical storage
  • Made of poplar

These items are shipped directly from the manufacturer and may take several weeks for delivery.

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Note: 8' and 10' rollers come in two pieces but are easily assembled with two bolts.

Use 4-foot rollers for crib quilts and wall hangings; giant 8- and 10-foot rollers for full-sized quilts.

Three rollers helps keep batting tight. Pin lining and batting on middle and front roller, quilt top on rear and front roller. When one section is complete, roll and begin work on a new section. Ratchets and wooden cogs keep top, batting and lining all tight.

* NOTE: This product is drop shipped. This means it is shipped directly from the manufacturer and may take an extra week or two to be delivered.

Customer Reviews of Old-Fashioned Quilt Frames
Product Rating: 3.5 out of 5.0(2 reviews)
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- 7/7/2010
said: Kathy
"I bought mine last winter and am currently nearly done quilting my first quilt in this frame. Solid, steady, traditional look with no plastic anywhere. Three-roll design makes it so easy to use."
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- 2/26/2015
said: Doralee Ferona
"No instructions on how to put together. Just a picture and statement to match the letters together. Also, the bolts and screws are not long enough to go through the frame and support posts. I bought it because it had a good reviews, and it appeared simple enough to put together. I put it away to tackle the design problems later."
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