Hope you don't mind if another newbie jumps on the bandwagon. I just went &
signed as well. The only machine I've ever seen is the longarm at the quilt
shop. I'd love to see a home model, but have never even been to a quilt
show. Just learned today that a co-worker's mom is going to the one in
Rosemont via a bus trip. That would have been so much fun!! Oh, well,
maybe next time.
> Shirley, I boling to this yahoo group that has great information on home
> quilting systems. Just click on the link......
> I have a Nolting HobbyQuilter on a SuperQuilter16 frame and I just love
> Simple machine and simple setup with fabulous results. HTH!
> Laurie G.
> > Hi, I just found this NG today and thought that some of you might be
> > give me some advice on buying a quilting machine. Although I would love
> > have one, I really can't afford one of the long arm machines so I was
> > thinking of buying one of those frames that use your regular sewing
> > I saw one at a quilt show last week but it just had a frame with no legs
> > any attachments. I would like to find something that includes items
> > table, or legs and allows you to follow a pointer ( or similar
> > Can anyone give me some advise as to what to look for, brand names, and
> > approximate costs of these.
> > Thanks,
> > Shirley Caylor