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Saudi
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Date Posted:12/22/2009 09:54:35Copy HTML

I really need to look around this site more lol.

My Hubby's Uncle has a quilt stand thst is enclosed in glass and I would give my first born to find out where to get one (his was a gift)

I have a quilt from 1868 so I really don't want to hang it I would rather it were under glass.

So... if anyone knows where I can get one that would be wonderfull :)


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Re:Quilt Stand

Date Posted:12/23/2009 02:08:44Copy HTML

Never heard of it but if you find a source, I'd love to know about it.  I have my mother's quilts, they aren't old but one day they will be.
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Re:Quilt Stand

Date Posted:12/23/2009 09:42:26Copy HTML

have you looked on eBay or etsy?  or are there any quilt/sewing shops near by to ask them
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Re:Quilt Stand

Date Posted:01/21/2010 06:49:59Copy HTML

Contact Gerald Roy at www.pilgrimroy.com.  He is an expert on antique quilts and I'd be willing to bet he would know about the stand.




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