Kit # 7 Artisan PVC Frame Purchase

Artisan Quilt Frame Kit

$135.00 Includes Free Priority Shipping
(within the
US)Shipping world wide Contact me for current pricing
This frame has end connectors with Tight Locking Roll Connectors.
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.

With this kit you make it any width you desire. The kit includes the end frames and connectors for the rolls. YOU provide the rolls (made from 1/2" electrical conduit and the long PVC pipes for the frame) The cost of shipping would be more than purchasing these items locally.

 
This frames works totally different from the track and carriage type frames. With this frame the sewing machine remains stationary and the frame and quilt are moved. This frame is the absolutely the most maneuverable frame made. It has 4 steel ball bearings mounted under the end frames that allow the frame and quilt to move effortlessly in any direction .

















New for 2016!













The end frames are provided you provide the long PVC pipes and the rolls













The frame is easily guided by effortless steel ball bearings
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7 comments:

barbara perez said...

how do I order one?

Cody Nowicki said...

How can I order one?

Ken said...

Thank you,
The buy now link is
http://machine-quilt-frames.blogspot.com/p/kit-7.html

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Sheila Rae said...

Could I find out how much it would cost to ship to UK.

Kreo Jensonin said...

Although It has been over a year since I purchased a kit from Ken Lund, I have yet to use it. I tried, I did ask if it fit a certain size machine, there was some confusion and Ken did send me larger side boards. But all in all the $_180.00 ( it was actually listed cheaper I don't know why it cost me more) that i spent for the kit was definitely NOT
worth it. The quality of product was NOT as the picture showed to be and the end pieces that you insert in the poles was #$#%^. wheels were used and pitted So DISAPPOINTED. Will not recommend his product.

Kreo Jensonin said...

Although It has been over a year since I purchased a kit from Ken Lund, I have yet to use it. I tried, I did ask if it fit a certain size machine, there was some confusion and Ken did send me larger side boards. But all in all the $_180.00 ( it was actually listed cheaper I don't know why it cost me more) that i spent for the kit was definitely NOT
worth it. The quality of product was NOT as the picture showed to be and the end pieces that you insert in the poles was #$#%^. wheels were used and pitted So DISAPPOINTED. Will not recommend his product.