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#629278 - 09/15/10 09:30 PM EZ3 Quilting Frame
Teppy Offline
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Can any please tell me if they have purchased the EZ3 Quilting Frame by Grace and if so are you happy with it.

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#630076 - 09/18/10 01:51 AM Re: EZ3 Quilting Frame [Re: Teppy]
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I acquired a Grace frame last year. I had two problem with it - first, it took up too much space in my sewing area. The second and more serious issue for me was the small throat area. I could only quilt about 6-8 inches before I had to reposition the layers. This made it difficult to make large quilt pattern designs. I "passed it on" to another quilter who had the same issues.

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#631751 - 09/23/10 12:06 PM Re: Z44 Quilting Frame [Re: Teppy]
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I am now looking at the Z44 instead of the EZ3 frame. It has a work area of 14" and is flexible from a crigb size quilt up to a King size quilt. It is a little more expensive, but I think the extra cost will be worth it. It also folds down to 15" hight which is great and can fit under some beds, if there is a need to get it out of the way.

If anyone has a Grace Z44 frame, can they please advise what they think of it. As I am a hand quilter, and have always done it by hand, I am just finding it harder as I get older to lift the large quilts around whilst quilting. I do not want to go to machine quilting as I really like the hand quilting, so hence my enquiring about a frame.

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