Groovy Boards are an easy way to add edge-to-edge quilting to your quilt for beginners, or those quilters who don't want to do free-motion quilting. You need a Groovy Board Stylus and rear handlebars on your machine and a table top on your frame.
How many Groovy Boards do you need? Ideally, you'd have three or four of any one pattern, for ease in use. Simply set them end to end along the back table top, insert your stylus in the Groovy Board design entrance on the right, and start stitching, as you follow the groovy with your stylus.
It is possible to quilt with two Groovy Boards, by stitching in board one, moving into board two, then leap-frogging board one into the board three position, and so on.
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Handi Quilter has several Groovy Board designs. See the list below.