Can I quilt a king size quilt on a 10 foot frame?

How much space do I need for a longarm?

Space Needs

For a 10-foot table, this means you would want 12-feet of clearance. For a Pivotal Access Table, which comes with 22-inch and larger machine heads, you will need an additional three feet of clearance. For the standard 12-foot table, this would equal 15-feet of clearance.

What size should a king-size quilt be?

New Quilt Sizes

Bed Size (mattress) Comforter Coverlet/Bedspread
Long Double (54×80) 82″ x 94″ 96″ x 113″
Queen (60×80) 88″ x 94″ 102″ x 113″
King (76×80) 104″ x 94″ 118″ x 113″
California King (74×84) 100″ x 98″ 114″ x 117″

How much room do you need for a long arm quilting machine?

To comfortably operate you must allow a minimum of 2 feet around the entire sewing machine. This allows the head of the machine to move freely throughout the quilting space and access to all sides of the table. See Figure 1 & 2 for measurements needed to house your longarm machine.

Can you frame a blanket?

Framing a blanket is a way to preserve it. Framing a favorite quilt or blanket is a way to preserve a piece of fabric for years to come while still being able to look at and enjoy it. If left unframed, your blanket could be subjected to use, moth damage and spills that could make it less valuable over time.

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