Born into a nomadic family, Frank Palmer of Full Frontal Quilt and Dyeworks learned to sew as a way to mend clothes and create needed textiles around the house. Utility sewing become a necessary hobby as he sewed on his mother’s Morse sewing machine. Eventually he wanted his own machine and through the goodwill of a store owner, he was able to acquire his own Morse. After sewing on it for years and taking it on countless plane rides, he bought a Bernina sewing machine in 1997. He continued his sewing adventures and bought several long arm machines along the way, including his APQS Freedom, which he loves and uses today.
~ Sandi Hazlewood – Crafty Planner