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Subject: It's not so easy though. For example, how would you access the middle of a wide hoop to cut around applique? And what if your fabric wasn't as wide as the frame? And with movement of the frame, the machine would take up a whole room

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Date Posted: Friday, August 01, 04:39:56pm
In reply to: interesting indeed 's message, "Moving this up from a conversation below. Does anyone have any information on this hoop that's bigger than the large extension table? Wouldn't that be a dream come true?? WOW!" on Monday, July 28, 11:29:29am

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I don't think a hoop larger than what would accommodate the size of a center panel (old style 3 panel) that is still used for many class costumes is practical. The head still only stitches out one piece at a time. After that piece is stitched out you have to adjust the entire frame, lay the fabric in the frame and press start again. I think it would be more practical to remove the stitched piece from the hoop and assemble that piece while the next piece is stitching. (NT)more reasonable optionFriday, August 01, 06:48:09pm

    You must not have ever tried out the X-panto frame! Once you've used that, you'll never want to go back to a frame smaller than that (NT)!Saturday, August 02, 01:19:47am

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