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Heidi I sent a pic to your email because I can't figure out how to send from my phone. I really like having my top bar off and then I bought the PVC clips to hold quilt top.  The disadvantage I can't use Circle Lord from front unless I put bar back on.  It's a lot easier on my back.


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Not quite the Texas hold but my homemade version.  The hole was cut from my Kitchen benchtop when putting in some taps(the brake clamps on this0, and the timber dowel is a size to go through the  eye bolt at the end.

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It's a brake system that allows you to remove the quilt top roller. Otherwise if you just removed the quilt top roller, there would be no way to engage the brake to keep the front backing roller from turning.


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You can order it from APQS. They're $49.95. I have them on both my machines. Love them!! I think an APQS rep from Texas developed it.


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Oh, I've been gone from here far to long!  I need this,  I never use my top roller, I have IQ.  I float my quilts and use the pvc clips.


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Thanks everybody.  I have the quiltazoid and didn't think about that when wanting to take off the upper bar.  I'll have to play with it to see if I can somehow adapt it to work without that bar.  Thanks to everybody that responded, I knew I could count on you all!

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micaja, I bought mine from someone who has a business on here.  I'm at work but will the the URL when I get home.


Connie
Port Huron, MI   48060
APQS Sales Rep and Educator
Millennium with Intelliquilter (IQ)

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