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Needle In A Haystack - Stands & Frames

Lap & Floor Stands come in a variety of materials from a number of great vendors. We can obtain these from K's Creations & Needlework System 4. In some cases we carry the items in the shop or we can arrange to have them drop shipped directly to you from our suppliers. If you have questions on what might work best for your stitching needs, feel free to contact us by phone or e-mail.

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Cross stitching, and needlework more generally, has grown as a hobby in recent years. Not only is it allowing a younger generation to get into a more “old-fashioned” craft, but it has also offered people a soothing, almost meditative way to spend some time during the pandemic. Personally, I hope to see people continue this new love affair beyond and build a better relationship. I also hope to see more younger crafters trying out cross stitch.

GONCHAROFF Tapestry Scroll Embroidery Frames

Frank A. Edmunds Universal Craft Stand

Guofa Embroidery Hoop Stand

  • Popular and affordable

  • Comes in three sizes – small, medium, and large to suit various needs

  • Can be used for tapestry, embroidery frame, and cross stitch

  • Adjustable to different angles depending on your project

  • Can fold it up when not in use

  • Made from American hardwood

  • Able to raise and lower the angle for the best view

  • Ideal for smaller projects and a different hands free experience

  • Recommended for beginners

Cross stitching is a brilliant entry point for needlework because you don’t have so many stitches to learn and there are some simple patterns and tutorials. However, it is too easy to rush into getting fabric and patterns and to forget about one of the most important tools. You need a good cross stitch frame.

Let’s look at a few products to see what are your best options available.


1) Similane 5 Pieces Embroidery Hoops

Similane 5 Pieces Embroidery Hoops Bamboo Circle Cross Stitch Hoop Ring 5 inch to 10 inch for Embroidery and Cross Stitch
Similane 5 Pieces Embroidery Hoops Bamboo Circle Cross Stitch Hoop Ring 5 inch to 10 inch for Embroidery and Cross Stitch

There are so many packs of cross stitch hoops out there that you can’t go too wrong. This one has five rings from inches up to inches. This means you can swap between sizes as needed for various projects. The screw on the top tightens it up nicely and is easy to use. This one is appealing because of the use of natural bamboo. It looks great and should be more durable. There are other packs with multicolored plastic, but those aren’t as reliable long-term. There is also a lighter feel here that should reduce pain or fatigue in the wrists and hands.


2) GONCHAROFF Tapestry Scroll Embroidery Frames

GONCHAROFF Tapestry Scroll Embroidery Frames from Organic Beech; with– 3 Variations of Sizes (S/M/L)
GONCHAROFF Tapestry Scroll Embroidery Frames from Organic Beech; with– 3 Variations of Sizes (S/M/L)

This scroll frame is a popular and affordable option for first-timers. The design is simple with the adjustable rods to keep the material in place. While it calls itself a tapestry or embroidery frame, you can use this for cross stitch too. The simplicity and quality mean that you can try out a range of projects with ease. The smooth feel of the beech is nice compared to some of the plastic models out there. It also comes in three sizes: small, medium, and large to suit various needs.


3) Shine Shop Plastic Cross Stitch Frame

Plastic Cross Stitch Frame Square Embroidery Hoop White DIY Sewing Tools Sewing Hoop Handhold Craft Clip Embroidery Snap Frame Hoop for Cross Stitching Quilting (C X 11")
Plastic Cross Stitch Frame Square Embroidery Hoop White DIY Sewing Tools Sewing Hoop Handhold Craft Clip Embroidery Snap Frame Hoop for Cross Stitching Quilting (C X 11")

You will also see a lot of plastic cross stitch frames out there. This one is designed to clamp fabric in place nice and tight on all sizes to keep it taught and ready for stitching. While plastic can be less durable and not as nice to the touch, this one is stronger polypropylene and should hold up to repeated use. It might have been nice to see more size options than this 11 by inch model, or more colors, but it is still a great starting point!


Upgrading to a hand-free lap stand or free-standing device for greater efficiency

With time, you may feel that you need to move on from working on a hand-held cross stitch hoop in favor of something a bit more convenient. There are a few different styles out there to choose from and you can keep this in mind when narrowing down your search. I will highlight some of the best models on the market below. Those options are:

  • 1) The simple cross stitch lap/desk stand. These are popular because they bring the project in for close-up work while remaining hands-free. They aren’t too big compared to other solutions, but you do not to be careful with the dimensions and stability
  • 2) The sit-on lap stand. This alternative option takes the basic idea of the lap stand and adds an extension to sit on. This should make the product more stable but there is the issue of long-term comfort.
  • 3) The floor-standing adjustable cross stitch stand. This is a more substantial option that will take up more space, but could be perfect for those with big projects who need a large and stable set-up.
  • 4) The universal needlework stand. Universal stands are a little different in that you can set them up to hold separate frames and hoops for a variety of needlework projects. This could be a good idea if you are keen to play with different forms and aren’t solely into cross stitch.

Frank A. Edmunds needlework and Cross Stitch Stands

Before we look at some of the products in more detail, I want to talk about one of the more commonly found brands. Frank A. Edmunds is a big name with a lot of different options out there. Some are better than others. For example, they have a lap model that you sit on to hold in place that is meant to act as an adjustable scroll frame, but there are issues with the tension. There are also comments about quality control that I can relate to here. Some examples of these frames are literally a little rough around the edges. They could be fine with a little sanding, but who wants to have to deal with that. Thankfully, there are a lot of great products in this range too.


1) Frank A. Edmunds Universal Craft Stand

Frank A. Edmunds Universal Craft Stand,
Frank A. Edmunds Universal Craft Stand,

This option is a large free-standing wooden frame made from American hardwood and is adjustable to different angles depending on your project. All you need to do is adjust the clamp to hold onto hoops or other frames for a range of needlework projects. You need to have the frame and hoop first, which is why I left this sort of product until last. There are lots of positive comments about how it changed the way that users worked and allowed them to continue at their desks for longer. It is ’’ tall but you can fold it up when not in use.

Be aware that there is an “updated version” – or “upadate” as it currently says on Amazon – for more than double the price. There is nothing in the picture nor the description to indicate why it is better – so I am going to assume that it isn’t and recommend that you stick with the original model instead.


2) Frank A. Edmunds Adjustable Lap & Table Stand with Scroll Frame

Frank A. Edmunds Adjustable Lap & Table Stand with Scroll Frame, " X 24"
Frank A. Edmunds Adjustable Lap & Table Stand with Scroll Frame, " X 24"

If the Universal Craft Stand sounds like too much too soon, which is understandable, then this could be a great alternative. This desk stand focuses on one process with the scroll frame. This frame pivoted on a secure stand, allowing you to angle the material just right for comfort and a better look at your stitches in the lights. While many will appreciate using this as a table stand, I also like that it is wide enough for use as a lap stand. It can sit over your legs for close-up work as you watch television – or simply to help you get more comfortable.

The scroll frame is suitable for fabric 21’’ wide, and the working area is also inches tall. This is more than enough for working on some impressive cross stitch projects. Just be aware that the assembly instructions aren’t great, and this can affect the tension and overall stability of the product.


3) Guofa Adjustable Embroidery Stand

Upgraded Adjustable Embroidery Stand, Beech Wood Cross Stitch Floor Stand, Degrees Rotated Embroidery Seat Frame Hoop Holder Stand for Hand Work and Needlepoint Craft
Upgraded Adjustable Embroidery Stand, Beech Wood Cross Stitch Floor Stand, Degrees Rotated Embroidery Seat Frame Hoop Holder Stand for Hand Work and Needlepoint Craft

Moving on to a different brand now, I want to highlight this model because it&#;s an all in one feature. It&#;s not a stand per se but, it&#;s multifunctional being able to be utilized from your lap or on a table; making it a great option! It should be easy enough to set up your fabric on the adjustable frame and to tilt the stand for the best position. I also like that you can rotate the frame holder degrees so you can see the back of your work.

This one is more expensive at over $40, but the quality seems to be there and you get a lot more wood for your money. Most users are happy with what they get.


4) Guofa Embroidery Hoop Stand

Guofa Embroidery Hoop Stand, Rotated Cross Stitch Frame Stand Natural Beech Wood Hoop Holder Needlepoint Tools Craft Supplies for Needlework (with 9in Wood Hoop)
Guofa Embroidery Hoop Stand, Rotated Cross Stitch Frame Stand Natural Beech Wood Hoop Holder Needlepoint Tools Craft Supplies for Needlework (with 9in Wood Hoop)

Finally, on the other end of the scale in terms of price and size, there are desk stands like this for smaller projects and a different hands-free experience. Here, there is a small hoop on a hinge attached to a wooden pole. You can raise and lower the angle for the best view and reach behind the hoop easily. There is then a nice curved stand for stability. This one has a inch hoop, so just enough for first-timers.

Unfortunately, there are some comments about the stability and reliability of the screws that show that this is for more casual or temporary use. You can start with this to get a feel for cross stitch and then move on. The low cost means you aren’t wasting any money doing so.


Why are Cross Stitch Frames so Important

Cross stitch frames or hoops (depending on your preference) are essential for achieving the best results and designs. It is so much easier to work on a piece of fabric, whatever the material or project, if you have enough tension for a taut, flat surface. This stops the pattern and images from becoming distorted and allows for a neater set of stitches. You can test this theory out with some loose cloth and a piece in a hoop. It will be so much easier to create the best stitches and image in mind with the hoop.

That is why I want to talk about some of the different cross stitch hoops, frames, lap stands, and other devices that are available. There are some brilliant tools out there that aren’t too expensive and will make a big difference. You may also find that the increased ease-of-use encourages you to continue with bigger, bolder projects.


How to Choose the Best Cross Stitch Frame for Your Needs

We all have our personal preferences and quirks when it comes to crafting and needlework. Some people can’t get into the right rhythm unless they are sat at a desk while others prefer to get more comfortable in an armchair. Some will be happy enough with a traditional cross stitch hoop or frame to hold while others won’t go back having tried a hands-free method. Ask yourself the following questions.

1) Do you want a hands-free cross stitch stand or a more simple frame or hoop?

In this guide, I will discuss both approaches and some of the products available. First-timers may not feel they are ready to pay out for a more substantial piece of equipment until they gain more confidence. I completely understand this, which is why you will find some simple hoops and frames for beginners. Those with bigger ambitions can try a hand-free solution to reduce fatigue or pain in their hands and make things a little easier.

2) How big does the product need to be to handle your projects and plans?

Size does matter with cross stitch hoops and frames. A massive frame can allow for space for big pieces of fabric and bigger projects. But, this may be intimidating at first. It all depends on what you are comfortable using at first. Are smaller models more comfortable in the hand or too restrictive? You could always buy a multi-pack with a range of options.

3) Is the product easy to adjust regarding both the tension and the angle of the frame?

The tension on the frame is crucial and the last thing that you want is a piece of fabric gathering or slipping because of the construction of the frame. The worst products weaken and loosen over the session, leading to repeated adjustments. This quickly takes you out of the zone. Find something that previous users say is easy to set-up and that allows for adequate tension.

4) Is it well-made and likely to last a long time?

Durability is another concern here. There are some frames that are well-made with quality wood and strong joints. Cheaper plastic ones could be at risk of snapping. Remember that this is something you are going to want to set up and adjust time and time again. It can’t become weak and unstable after a month.

5) Are you getting value for money with your choice?

Value for money doesn’t just mean that you have a large frame for a cheap price. In addition to that longevity; you need to be sure that the frame has all the features you need without becoming overpriced. Some brands will charge a lot for an adjustable wooden frame with few extras. Then there are the universal stands that are more affordable. Shop around and see what you can get within budget.


Choosing a Traditional Cross Stitch Hoop or Frame for Your First Projects

If you are completely new to this sort of craft, I recommend starting with a simple frame or hoop and seeing how things go. There is no point paying out lots of money for something you barely use. At this point, you may not be sure that cross stitch is the right fit for your crafting desires. So, starting out with a simple hoop or a scroll frame gives you that starting point. You can get stuck into a project and then reevaluate. If you get the bug, and wish you had a hands-free solution for bigger tasks and longer sessions, you can then upgrade.


There are 3 Common Types of Structure for Adding Tension to Fabric and Helping you with your Projects. They are:

  • 1) Wooden hoops. You may think of a wooden hoop as being a better fit for embroidery than cross stitch. This is true, as you can create a tighter tension on a thin piece of material for more detailed work. But it doesn’t hurt to have one of these in your box of tools when starting out with needlework. You may find that it is a great portable tool for practicing stitches and playing with new ideas.
  • 2) Scroll frames. These frames let you stretch out a piece of fabric with spreader rails and dowel rails. It is a really simple option that can work well for cross stitching projects.
  • 3) Stretcher bars. These are great for keeping your material taut in all directions and are adjustable. Pay attention to the size. For example, some brands may offer smaller 8’’ options and go up to around 20’’. Maybe start small if you are new to this sort of craft and get something bigger at a later date.

Find the Right Cross Stitch Frame to Suit Your Needs

There is no doubt that it is important for all newcomers in the world of cross stitch to get some kind of frame. But, the right choice will come down to your preferred style, size, and set-up. If you enjoy using a standard hoop or scroller frame then find one of a good quality and stick with it. If you want to upgrade your set-up with a lap stand or free-standing solution then go for it. As long as you have fun working with the product and get the results you were after, that is the right option for you. Check out our other page about cross-stitch vs. embroidery.

Sara Ty

Sara Ty

I’m a stay at home mom with our two kids. I really enjoy doing crafts with my kids however, that is typically a challenge with how limited their attention span can be and how messy it gets. So, I’m always looking for ways to make crafting an enjoyable experience and creating fond memory for all of us.

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What would life in the stitching world be without the tools that make needlework easier, more comfortable, and more efficient?

One tool that dedicated stitchers eventually invest in is the needlework stand &#; a device that holds a frame or a hoop so that you don&#;t have to! It is essentially a third hand (or pair of hands) that leaves your own two hands free to stitch. Or, in today&#;s terms, you could think of a needlework stand as a &#;third party app&#; that really does make things work better!

Wrist, arm, neck and back strain; finger and hand cramps; strange sitting positions to balance large frames; awkward stitching when you need to use both hands &#; all of these are things of the past, when you have a needlework stand!

If you haven&#;t reached the point of using a stand, but if stitching has become a major part of your creative life, chances are, you&#;ll eventually consider one. Or perhaps you have a stand you&#;re not thoroughly satisfied with?

Today, let&#;s navigate through the world of needlework stands together! We&#;ll talk about different types of devices to hold needlework, we&#;ll discuss the benefits of a floor stand, we&#;ll chat about what to look for in a good needlework stand, and we&#;ll explore some of the popular floor stands on the market today.

Needlework Stands - Overview of Different Types, Reviews

When it comes to stands that hold your embroidery hoop or frame for you, there are essentially five types that can do the trick:

There are floor stands, which stand independently on the floor.

There are lap and table top stands, which rest either on your lap or on a table top in front of you.

There are clamp-on stands, that clamp onto a table top.

There are sit-on stands, that can serve as a table-top stand as well.

And there are trestles, which are the &#;big guns&#; of large needlework frame supports.

Today, we&#;re looking at the Floor Stand, specifically. We can look at other options down the road, but because the floor stand is usually a fairly hefty investment that requires a bit of pondering, it makes sense to focus on it first.

Benefits of The Floor Stand

The benefit of a floor stand is that it is independent of you and it is independent of any furniture around you. You can pretty much set up a floor stand anywhere it will fit, and the only thing you need to bring to it is a chair and your stitching stuff.

A floor stand rests in front or to the side of you and holds your needlework frame or hoop up in front of you while you stitch.

What to Look for in a Floor Stand

There are many manufacturers of floor stands out there! And there are many good ones on the market. When it comes to choosing one, you want to look for the following:

1. Extension &#; adjustability: Does it offer enough extension and can it be adjusted in various ways so that it reaches you comfortably in your favorite spot for sitting? If you sit, for example, in a recliner, some floor stands won&#;t work for you. Take into consideration, too, whether or not you want the stand in front of you or to the side, with the work extending over your lap.

2. Balance: Is the floor stand engineered to hold large frames and even attachable accessories (like magnifiers or lights, chart holders, tool trays) without becoming top heavy and toppling?

3. Parts &#; Construction: Is it made with quality parts that are easy to tighten and adjust when need be? Do all the parts fit together and move as they should, without rubbing or sticking?

Popular Brands of Floor Stands

Needlework System 4: I&#;ve been using this floor stand for about 15 years; it&#;s my go-to floor stand. I have a couple variations of it. You can read a review of it and see it in action here. They also make a travel version that folds down smaller for easy transport. This is an all-steel, front-facing stand, but with the extra extension arm, it can also be situated from the side. It is sold in separate parts, so you have to purchase the stand itself, and then the type of &#;head&#; you want on the stand to hold your work. Options include a clamp, scroll frame, and q-snap heads. I prefer the clamp option, as it holds both hoops and frames. There are other accessories to the stand available, too.

The Lowrey Workstand: This is a popular option especially with stitchers in the UK, which is where it is manufactured. It is a reasonably affordable stand with lots of accessorizing options. It&#;s an all-steel front facing or side situated stand. You can explore the Lowery Workstation here on their website. I used to have a Lowery, but I passed it along to someone else because I didn&#;t really need it, and it seemed a little more complicated to me than my Needlework System 4 stand.

K&#;s Creations: This company makes several types of floor stands, including a stainless steel stand similar to the Lowery. I&#;ve used K&#;s Creations stands (a scroll frame and lap stand) and they are good quality for wood products, though, like most wood products, they require infinite adjusting and tightening. I&#;ve also tried the stainless steel floor stand &#; it is much like the Lowery. It works, and many stitchers love it. You can explore K&#;s Creations on their website here.

Just a Thought: This is a wooden floor stand designed and sold by Judy O&#;Dell. It&#;s made to sit directly in front of the stitcher, and it works best with large frames. It&#;s very solid, which means it&#;s also somewhat heavy, and it takes up a slightly larger footprint than most single-base floor stands. But it is well made and a good option for folks in the US looking for an affordable, front-sitting wooden floor stand that will hold wider frames. You can read my review of it here. Keep in mind, the review is older, so the introductory sale price is not valid.

The Necessaire by Needle Needs: This is an all-wood work stand made to sit in front of the stitcher, too. The Necessaire is manufactured in the UK, which can be problematic for US stitchers. If you like the style of the Necessaire, you might consider the Just-a-Thought stand above instead. I&#;ve written about the Necessaire stand here. It&#;s well made. It&#;s significantly lighter and without as large a footprint as the JAT stand mentioned above. Unfortunately, the customer service and turn-around time when ordering from Needle Needs has proven problematic.

Edmunds Adjustable Craft Stands: These stands, pretty widely available at Big Box craft stores in the US and online through discount craft outlets, are all wood, front-facing floor stands. They are made in China, and they&#;re not the best quality stand out there. They have two things going for them: 1. They will hold your work, at least initially; and 2. they are affordable. They can be a &#;bridge&#; between no stand and a really good stand. What it comes down to is whether or not you want to put $50 or so into a temporary stand. And they are temporary. Eventually, the need for tightening and adjusting constantly becomes a bit of a frustration.

What About You?

Undoubtedly, there are other stands on the needlework market, but these see to be the mainstream stands that are often talked about in stitching groups. I&#;ve tried all of the above, and they all have their benefits and their drawbacks, depending on what you&#;re looking for in a stand and what your budget is.

But what about you? If you use a floor stand, what kind do you use and what do you like about it? What are its drawbacks? If we pool our collective knowledge about floor stands in the comments below, as a community we can go a long way to helping others who want to make a good choice when selecting their first floor stand or when switching to a different one.

So, chime in below, and tell us about your favorite needlework floor stand! The good and the bad! Don&#;t hold back!

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Stitching Frames Hoops and Stands

8x8 Qsnap
by Q-Snap$ $
Unique method to hold fabric taut while stitching. Four plastic C-shaped clamps hold the fabric onto the bars. Tension is easy to adjust. You have a smooth stitching surface around entire frame without hoop wrinkles. The Q-snap frame comes apart in seconds to store or to carry in practically any tote.
6x6 Qsnap
by Q-Snap$ $
Unique method to hold fabric taut while stitching. Four plastic C-shaped clamps hold the fabric onto the bars. Tension is easy to adjust. You have a smooth stitching surface around entire frame without hoop wrinkles. The Q-snap frame comes apart in seconds to store or to carry in practically any tote.
11x17 Qsnap
by Q-Snap$ $
Unique method to hold fabric taut while stitching. Four plastic C-shaped clamps hold the fabric onto the bars. Tension is easy to adjust. You have a smooth stitching surface around entire frame without hoop wrinkles. The Q-snap frame comes apart in seconds to store or to carry in practically any tote.
11x11 Qsnap
by Q-Snap$ $
Unique method to hold fabric taut while stitching. Four plastic C-shaped clamps hold the fabric onto the bars. Tension is easy to adjust. You have a smooth stitching surface around entire frame without hoop wrinkles. The Q-snap frame comes apart in seconds to store or to carry in practically any tote.
Replacement Clamps for 11x11 Qsnap
by Q-Snap$ $
Two 8 1/2" Replacement Clamps for 11" Frame Sides. Replacement clamps to hold the fabric onto the frame. For use with the 11"x11" or 11"x17" Q-Snap frames.
NRGTurkish Spring Tension Embroidery Hoop - 5"
by Nurge$ $
Super easy to use, spring tension hoops eliminate the need to tighten tiny screws! Lay your fabric over the outer hoop, give the inner hoop a squeeze and gently set it inside the inner hoop.

5" (mm) diameter.
HC-CSHandi Clamp Complete Set
by F.A. Edmunds$ $
This is the Complete Frame Set which includes two each of the 6" & 8" Spreaders, two each of the 8", 14" & 20" Scroll Rods with Handi Clamps.
Small Qsnap Extension Frame
by Q-Snap$ $
Extend the size of your Q-Snap frame with this extension kit. Makes an 11" frame into a 14"x14" frame. Kit includes four 3" extenders and four clamps for a 14" frame. Simply slides on to the end of your existing 11" Q-Snap frame.
EDMStitcher's Wonder! Floor Stand Scroll Frame
by F.A. Edmunds$ $
Edmunds-Stitcher's Wonder! Floor Stand Scroll Frame. Perfect for needlepoint cross stitch, crewel, embroidery and beading! This adjustable floor standing scroll frame is a combination of the 12x24 inch split rail scroll frame with the universal craft stand. This hands-free needlework frame fits every stitchers needs. This frame allows complete access to your work by tilting up, down and rotating a full degrees. With easy turn knobs, it adjusts from 16 to 45 inches tall in order to locate the most comfortable working position. By just loosening two knobs it fold down to 16 inches for storage. This package contains one 9x24 inch Stitcher's Wonder! Floor Stand Scroll Frame. Made in USA
EDMStretcher Bars - 12" x 3/4"
by F.A. Edmunds$ $
The Edmunds line of stretcher bars are ideal for needlepoint, cross stitch and painting. Manufactured from soft pine with eased edges, they eliminate the need to block your work. Simply combine any two sizes to form the exact size frame for your project. The stretcher bars eliminate movement and keep your work taut and clean.
EDMStretcher Bars - 16" x 3/4"
by F.A. Edmunds$ $
The Edmunds line of stretcher bars are ideal for needlepoint, cross stitch and painting. Manufactured from soft pine with eased edges, they eliminate the need to block your work. Simply combine any two sizes to form the exact size frame for your project. The stretcher bars eliminate movement and keep your work taut and clean.
Extra Clamps for 17x17 Qsnap
by Q-Snap$ $
Two 14 1/2" Replacement Clamps for 17" Frame Sides. Replacement clamps to hold the fabric onto the frame. For use with the 11"x17" or 17"x17" Q-Snap frame.
17x17 Qsnap
by Q-Snap$ $
Unique method to hold fabric taut while stitching. Four plastic C-shaped clamps hold the fabric onto the bars. Tension is easy to adjust. You have a smooth stitching surface around entire frame without hoop wrinkles. The Q-snap frame comes apart in seconds to store or to carry in practically any tote.
Extra Clamps for 6x6 Qsnap
by Q-Snap$ $
Two 4 1/2" Replacement Clamps for 6" Frame Sides. Replacement clamps to hold the fabric onto the frame. For use with the 6"x6" Qsnap frame
EDMStretcher Bars - 15" x 3/4"
by F.A. Edmunds$ $
The Edmunds line of stretcher bars are ideal for needlepoint, cross stitch and painting. Manufactured from soft pine with eased edges, they eliminate the need to block your work. Simply combine any two sizes to form the exact size frame for your project. The stretcher bars eliminate movement and keep your work taut and clean.
Large Qsnap Extension Kit
by Q-Snap$ $
Extend the size of your Q-Snap frame with these extension kits. The large extension kit makes a 17" frame into a 20"x20". Kit includes four 3" extenders and four clamps. Simply slides on to the end of your existing 17" Q-Snap frame.
Hook & Loop No Basting System For FABRIC
by Yarn Tree$ $
3 yards total, 1/2" wide. Hate to baste? Then the Hook & Loop System is the ticket! Attach your fabric instantly to the scroll rods, remove it, and reattach it in the blink of an eye. Enables you to maintain the tension needed to produce even stitches. This product is the FABRIC hook part. It comes in two strips on a one inch backing. Simply make one cut which will give you both pieces you need for your fabric.
There are two parts to the system which is a special Velcro product. Each has a sticky back. The first part (for scroll rods) permanently attaches to the scroll rods and is reusable over and over. You can even retrofit your existing rods as it is easy to apply. The second part (for fabric) permanently attaches to the project and is cut off after using. It is 1/2" wide. When you start a new project, you only replace the second part which goes on the fabric.
EDMStretcher Bars - 14" x 3/4"
by F.A. Edmunds$ $
The Edmunds line of stretcher bars are ideal for needlepoint, cross stitch and painting. Manufactured from soft pine with eased edges, they eliminate the need to block your work. Simply combine any two sizes to form the exact size frame for your project. The stretcher bars eliminate movement and keep your work taut and clean.
EDMStretcher Bars - 18" x 3/4"
by F.A. Edmunds$ $
The Edmunds line of stretcher bars are ideal for needlepoint, cross stitch and painting. Manufactured from soft pine with eased edges, they eliminate the need to block your work. Simply combine any two sizes to form the exact size frame for your project. The stretcher bars eliminate movement and keep your work taut and clean.
EDMStretcher Bars - 10" x 3/4"
by F.A. Edmunds$ $
The Edmunds line of stretcher bars are ideal for needlepoint, cross stitch and painting. Manufactured from soft pine with eased edges, they eliminate the need to block your work. Simply combine any two sizes to form the exact size frame for your project. The stretcher bars eliminate movement and keep your work taut and clean.
EHT-1Stitchers No-Slip Hoop Tape 1/4"
by F.A. Edmunds$ $
No slip rubber binding for the inside of your hoop. This fantastic tape has one semi-adhesive side and one rubber side. Simply apply the adhesive side to the outside rim of the inner hoop while the rubber side holds your fabric tight when the outer hoop is attached. This eliminates the need to keep pulling and stretching your fabric to hold it taut. Leaves no residue on your fabric or hoop, is completely removable, works with wood or plastic hoops and best of all it keeps your fabric really tight. 1/4" x 9 Yards.


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Lowery Stand \u0026 Frame Adapter 2 of 3

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