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disappointment in Simply 16 quilt machine.



  • Sandy Jennings

    I understand your frustration especially owning a previous Longarm.  I own the Simply Sixteen with the Little Foot Frame as well.  I didn’t have room for anything bigger so my choice was limited.  I too didn’t realize the process of loading and advancing your quilt until I used it for the first time, I have to say it was disappointing.  I don’t know if my decision would have changed knowing my space limitations.  I’m new to machine quilting and I added the pro stitcher after I owned it a few months  and it was the best decision I could have made.  Just this last Saturday I mentioned to my dealer that I wish my table was just a couple feet bigger.  She said the bigger frames  come in four foot sections and I could use 2 of them to get a 8 foot table.  It would come with the traditional rollers which would eliminate the loading and advancing the quilt issue.  I’m trying to figure out how I can fit a bigger frame in my space but it’s hard when I already own Little Foot. Perhaps that’s a  option for you. I really love my Handi Quilter but do wish I had a traditional frame.   Hopes this helps.  

  • kathleenmcmusing

    The little buddy is great!  I just got one for my machine and love it. 

  • Elizabeth Mulkey

    I had the little foot table. I now have a ten foot table and I will never have a smaller table. I love the larger table with all the rolling bars. I have the studio 2.



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