The Z44 is our top of the line hand quilting frame, as well as the most adjustable frame on the market. The 3 sturdy aluminum rails and precision ratchets make it easy to handle your fabric and tension without basting!
Adjust your frame from crib (59”) to twin (73"), to queen (98”) to king (108") working areas. The Fabri-Fast™ slots and tubing make attaching your fabric easy, without the use of tacks, ties, or tape! To post questions, help other quilters and reduce advertising (like the one on your left), join our quilting community. Awhile back there was a thread about hand quilting frames and I didn't have any pictures to show my very inexpensive, easy to make frame. Quilt along long side in as far as you can confortably reach, then unpin enough at the ends so that you can release the clamps and roll in the quilted part and reach the next section.
I think it looks brilliant, thank you for taking the trouble to post pics - now if you could just pop over the Atlantic, and show me how you quilt in different directions, I would be able to get started. Your frame looks very comfy to sit at and work - and you can see the entire quilt which is always neat!

Do you ever get a bubble of fabric in the middle, since you're quilting towards the center? My cousin’s wife made him a quilt hanging for him their anniversary and ask me if I would make a frame for it. DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. Ever since I met that lady who bought the Grenfell rug at a thrift store, I have really kept my eyes peeled for rug hooking related items at garage sales and Salvation Army.
I started a mammoth, Lion and Lamb-themed rug several years ago before I really knew what I was doing about proddy. Good Morning Gene ~ When I proddy, I use a spring-loaded prodder (made by Les Ritchie ) and proddy from the front without the need of a frame. I just find, when prodding from the back, I can go so much quicker and do a much better job. Thanks so much for answering and so timely ~ even though you aren’t feeling top notch!!
You can set the included height-adjustable legs to your level without the need of any tools!

I've also read where some quilters use their thumbnail, which would work for short distances.
The work area adjusts for height and angle, allowing you to quilt in your most comfortable position. Made with a beautifully crafted Baltic Birch wood, this is yet another way Grace quilting frames combine style and functionality.
While I have not been able to prove they were invented for this or not, their best application is for a special rolling proddy frame, designed to promote a rug cottage industry over a hundred years ago. The 4 legs are wonderful for a group to sit around comfortably and work together on the one piece.

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