Handi Quilter – Quilting Frame and Carriage System – for use with home sewing machine.
Portable Home Machine Quilting Frame for use with your own home sewing machine.
* Optional accessories available online
Portable, adjustable frame for use with most home sewing machines or the HQ Sixteen Quilting Machine. Can quilt all sizes up to king.
- Lexan plastic components (same material used in bullet proof glass)
- Extremely sturdy frame design
- Locking pole system for quick and easy adjustability
- Velcro Leader System
- Continuous track system. No slop, bumps or friction
- Written instructions included
- Velcro Clamp System
- Free Continuous Line Pattern Included
- Weighs less than 35 lbs.
§ The Handi Quilter is the patented adjustable quilting frame and carriage system that turns your own home sewing machine into a small-scale machine quilter. Saves space, time, money and work. There is no more basting, no more pushing quilts through a sewing machine and no more spending money, or waiting months for a machine quilter to quilt your tops.
§ It is light-weight, perfectly balanced, portable and fluid. It has motion so smooth that the most intricate and tight turns of a quilting design can be easily manipulated.
§ The Handi Quilter is made with the highest grade, non-breakable plastics. NO Acrylics. Won't dent, rust, chip, warp or splinter.
§ Works with most domestic sewing machines. Just drop your feed dogs and use the normal darning or free-motion foot that comes with your machine.
§ Designed to easily mount to any tabletop surface with only two clamps! This unit is compact, portable and lightweight. By simply unscrewing the end bolts, the unit quickly collapses for easy storage.
§ Locking poles adjust easily to accommodate quilts 48 inches to King size. Sturdy poles are 1 1/8" for added strength.
§ Continuous track included. No stopping to slide your track to the next section like imitation frames. No need to tape or join tracks together.
NWOT - in box. You may look at the machine in the Foundation Office.
Donated by Thom Watkins of the Business Division of Solano Community College.
Winner needs to pick up the Quilter by December 14th. Foundation Office (Bldg. 600) on campus.