The new Continuum Quilting Frame has been designed by the Grace Company to perfectly accommodate the Q’nique 21 machine. With steel and cast-alloy components, the frame is one of the sturdiest and longest-lasting frames ever designed. This modular frame has many available configurations and accessories. This is a no-baste frame designed to make your quilting projects easier, more convenient, and more beautiful. The frame is available in standard 8′ or 10′ packages with the machine.
No-Baste Quilting Rail System
The Continuum Quilting Frame saves you valuable time by eliminating the ordeal of basting. All the quilt layers are attached to their own rails, and then come together and on to the take-up rail as you quilt. Grace Frames use locking ratchet ends on the rails to give you precise control over the tension of your fabric layers.
Other Continuum Frame Features
The batting rail (or fourth rail) accessory is a convenient way to manage and hold your batting layer. Keep your batting organized and off the floor by rolling it on this rail.
2 Foot Extension
Get an extra 2 feet of quilting area out of your Continuum quilting frame with this extension kit. This will work with both the 10 foot frame and the 8 foot frame, extending them to 12 or 10 feet respectively. Extending your quilting frame lets you quilt larger projects. This kit comes with a leg assembly, table, rails, and the hardware necessary to extend your quilting frame.
This convenient accessory eliminates the need to constantly stop and adjust your take-up rail. The more you quilt, the more space is taken up on the take-up rail in the throat of your machine. This normally means you have to watch your space closely, and adjust the take-up rail higher when the quilt fabric starts rubbing between it and your machine. This idler rail solves that problem by letting the fabric collect on the take up-rail at a higher position, so you don’t need worry about adjusting your take-up rail any more!
Note: The idler rail accessory will only work with longarm or midarm quilting machines that have a larger throat space.