• Hand Quilting Frame

    From benjasonmargo@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Sun Feb 24 10:54:39 2019
    I have been looking for a Norwood quilting frame. Please let me know if it is still available - cheryl

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  • From sandydollar2015@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Sat Mar 2 07:33:57 2019
    If you go to the internet and just type in Norwood hand quilting frame, you will get information. You don't have to put the www in front.
    Sandy$

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  • From RocketScientist@21:1/5 to All on Wed Apr 15 16:30:04 2020
    If it’s the original Cranberry Quilt frame by Norwood Looms, it’s not oak. It’s cherry. I paid $600 for mine in the 1980’s and wouldn’t part with it for anything. Extremely well made. My only caveat is that the original octagonal pieces that
    screwed onto the ends of the bars and were tightened by an ingenious method did not have set screws. Eventually they slipped. Corrected about ten years later in the early 90’s. They sent me a complete new set of four for free with the set screws. It’
    s still operating like brand new after 40 years, so you cannot find a better deal.

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  • From RollingWoodFarm@21:1/5 to All on Thu Jan 6 05:15:03 2022
    Can you post a picture of your Norwood Quilting Frame? I have a 10-footer made of OK with the twist knobs on the rollers. It has the Norwood Fremony MI plaque on an upright.

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