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Little Buddy and 10 foot frame on HQ Simply 16?

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  • whitneyk
    Handi Quilter
    Great answers

    TerryAnn,

    The ten foot frame is a rolling system so you would not need a Little Buddy. You can not hoop the quilt on the 10' frame. 

    Best regards,

    Kristina Whitney

    Handi Quilter Studio Educator

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  • TerryAnn Glandon

    Is there a photo available of the Simply 16 on a 10-foot rolling system frame? 

    Thank you.

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  • whitneyk
    Handi Quilter
    Great answers

    I do not have any pictures of the Simply 16 on a 10-foot frame. However, if you go to this link, you can see the layout for a Simply with the 10' frame.

    https://handiquilter.com/simply-sixteen/

    Another thing to think about is, do you want to get a 10' loft frame of a 10' Studio 2 frame. If you plan to add a Pro-Stitcher to your machine, you will need to have the appropriate frame. A loft frame can be used with the soon to be released Pro-Stitcher Lite. If you want to use Pro-Stitcher Premium, you need to have a Studio2 frame. 

    Best regards,

    Kristina Whitney

    Handi Quilter Studio Educator

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  • Elizabeth Mulkey

    I had the Little foot frame for less than six months. I wanted to do a few quilts a liile bigger. I brought the Studio 10 foot frame. I used it for over foru years. I now have the fusion on a 12 foot and love it.

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  • TerryAnn Glandon

    Thanks for your input, Elizabeth. I did not have room for anything larger than the Little Foot frame when I bought my machine about 2 years ago. Now I'm planning on acquiring a larger sewing area. 

    The 10-foot frame was not large enough for your needs?

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  • Elizabeth Mulkey

    Yes, but now I have a larger machine. I brought the fusion and it came with the 12 foot frame.

     

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  • TerryAnn Glandon

    Ohhh. That makes sense now. Thanks.

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