Homemade Legs for a Quilting/Embroidery Frame
Mannie has been working on a quilting/embroidery piece that is large. She has been working on it as she watches TV and has been balancing it on her knees with a lot of difficulty. So I took time from my painting to go down to the workshop and make her a pair of legs to attach to the quilting/embroidery frames. As there are only the two legs they can be put on any frame.
|Note: Mannie can pull the work right to the couch where she works.|
|We will try a series of clamps. With all the movement Mannie does while working the clamps can come undone. We may need to scre the legs to the frames. We will see.|
|One of two legs made. Note I rounded off the leg ends so Mannie can tilt the structure anyway she wants. As well, to save the rugs she put socks on the ends (we may find a better system).|
|The extensions at the front and the back are the places for the clamps, although they can be put along the top part of the leg.|