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  • Charlotte Waters

    I'm curious about that as well. Prostitcher information says it can be used for Simply Sixteen but doesn't indicate if that includes the 5' frame. As much as I've searched, I can't find any videos or tutorials for this which leads me to assume you can't?

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  • Sandy Jennings

    I own the Simply Sixteen and just bought the Pro Stitcher for it.  I spoke directly with the Handi Quilter staff at a show last week and they told me it would work.  They even said there was dealer that had the Simply Sixteen with the Pro Stitcher on it in their store and he has sold that combination.    Their will be some limitations or at least some difficulties with edge to edge designs but I only plan on quilting smaller quilts so I don't see that as an issue.  When you purchase the Simply Sixteen it comes with the 5 foot table.  I bought mine because of space issues.  

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  • Charlotte Waters

    That’s really helpful! Since the prostitcher is over $9,000, do you felt it was an issue not being able to use it to its full potential because of some of those limitations with the Little Foot frame?

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  • Sandy Jennings

    I don't because I never planned on doing bigger quilts on it.  I can still do edge to edge just not on quilts bigger than the frame.  I'm sure if you really wanted to you could do bigger ones but it would be challenging.   I know there will be things I won't be able to do as easily but because of my space issue this was my only option.   It was not an easy decision to make but in the end as much work as goes into making a quilt I want the quilting to be beautiful.  

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  • Charlotte Waters

    Your thoughts are very helpful! Thank you.

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