17x17 Qsnap

Designer: Q-Snap

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17x17 Qsnap

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$18.50  $17.99

(6 reviews)

Size: 17" x 17"

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Item: 123-2495 - Type: Stitching Frames, Hoops and Stands.
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.
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Reviews From Customers Who Purchased This Item

on 05/15/2018 - Its big
Its big, bulky, and hard to hold, but it does stretch your fabric tight. I need a stand to go with this one. But it works with what I need it to do!

on 05/31/2017 - Q snaps
Love using q snaps but I have to admit that this size is a bit too large to hold and stitch on. My favorite go to sizes are the 8x8 and 11x11.

on 12/23/2015 - love it
I love my qsnap. I used q snaps years ago and didn't like them, but I don't know what changed but I love it now. I will be getting another one for my other big project.jackie moore aka mscraftslady

on 04/24/2015
It had to be cut down to fit my needlework,it works fine.

on 04/20/2015 - Marvelous frame!
I am crazy for qsnaps! Started out small, but love that I can tighten the fabric by twisting the clamps without having to remove the fabric from the frame! Now I went big and love it!

on 04/21/2014 - excellent for larger projects
I recently started with very big projects too big to fit inside my current scroll rods, and decided to buy my first QSnap. This size is a bit bulky in hand, but I prop a corner against the couch and it's all good. I would recommend using some sort of padding I'm using cloth to cover the stitches, with a piece of batting on top beneath the clamp if you're going to place the clamp directly over the stitches, otherwise, they get squished down, but that is my only tiny caution. Fabric is easy to keep taut, and plenty of stitching room.