Kit # 4 Track & Carriage Purchase

Track & Carriage 4 Roll Quilt Frame Kit 9" x 18" Top Carriage Platform
Please Note: I am not a commercial company. I provide quilters with these key kit parts to assist them with building there own low cost track and carriage quilt frame.  It is to costly in time and shipping to accept returns.

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This frame has end connectors with Tight Locking Roll Connectors.

The frame is designed by an artisan quilter for Sitting comfortably while you work The quilt frame is the perfect solution for the handy person to build their own track and carriage machine quilting frame with the components provided and a few extra items available at a home center or hardware store.
This frame is being used in several countries around the world by artisan quilters. It is one of the best most useable machine quilting frames at any price.

The quilt frame Design maximizes the use of your home sewing machine. It was designed for those desiring to sit comfortably and utilize their home sewing machine to produce astounding results

The frame will do a wide range of quilting on "shoestring” budgets without compromising functionality.

The frame provides the features of frames costing Ten times as much as the cost of the kit

The design provides excellent visibility and flexibility allowing the artisan to work close to your work.

The frame kits are hand made and are not a mass manufactured item.

I make a few frames to share with other quilters. The frames are listed as used because I use both new and recycled materials. I use recycled wheels that have 2 sets of ball bearings. They are what I use and prefer on my own frames. All the fasteners are new. The wood is mixed veneered plywood's

The kit requires about $15- $25.00 worth of supplies commonly availably at a local hardware store to make the tracks and rolls and miscellaneous hardware* (the cost of shipping the supplies is more than the cost of purchasing locally.)* Depending on the width of the tracks and rails you desire. Email me for a drawing of the tracks you build.


Peggy Olson said...

Is there space at the back of the machine with in the frame for a pantograph?

Unknown said...

I would like to know this also. Looks like there has been little recent activity on the blog, and wonder if these are still being sold.

RJ quilts said...

I bought this frame probably 1.5yrs ago. I'm about 3/4 through my 3rd quilt on this frame, this one using a pantograph. I laid out the pantograph (several copies of pattern I did, taped together) at the front of and taped to the table. I took part of a chopstick, and clamped it to the handle of the carriage to act as a stylus. So machine/frame set up just like his videos, with pattern on table right in front of you.

Brian Staley said...

We was wondering if the babylock Jazz would fit on this larger carriage machine size is 25 and a quarter by nine and a half wide. Thanks Gina and Brian

Unknown said...

The platform is to short for your Jazz, 18" was hoping it would my Crescendo which is about the same size.