*Machine not included*
The Q-Zone Hoop Frame is only 4.5 feet wide! Typical professional systems are 10-14 feet wide. The Q-Zone is the compact choice for home quilters!
Height: 32 - 42"
Depth: 37 - 42"
Maximum Machine Throat Size
Now the size of your quilt is no longer limited by the width of the frame! Quilt king-size and larger, all on this 4.5 ft frame, using our new zone-to-zone quilting method.
Adjust the working area of your quilting frame to fit your machine. You can make it shorter for home sewing machines, or longer for midarm machines.
Height adjustable legs make it easy to set up your frame to work in the position that's most comfortable for you. Even standing or sitting.
Your machine glides easily over the fabric in any direction, like drawing with a pencil on paper. That's right, quality artistic stitching has never been this easy.
If you don't have a Q'nique machine, your trusty domestic machine will sit on the unique carriage system. This carriage will allow you to move around the fabric like you would any quilting machine.
The Q-Zone Hoop-Frame is ONLY 4.5 Feet! Most professional systems are upwards of 14â feet wide.
I have this frame set up with the Qnique 19 and LOVE it! I love that I can quilt a king size quilt on this frame or a small wall hanging. I am really happy with both the machine and the frame.
This product was chosen because of the limited space I had. I did not have room for an 8 ft+ frame. I knew I would be hooping my quilt on the frame, but it can be time consuming. Depending on the throat space of the machine, it varies on the depth of the stitching area. I have a 16" throat. I was able to quilt appx 37" across. There is a bar in the way on both sides that the carriage will bump against, but because it juts out a little bit, it will snag the wheel on that side if the machine is pulled/pushed vertically while along that bar. It make for a "bounce" and wonky stitch if I'm not careful. Other than being time-consuming to hoop and re-hoop due to positioning, this is my only other downfall of the frame. My side clamps don't seem to fit too well either. The ridge that comes together to have the bungee clamp slide on don't come together tight enough and make it very difficult to slip on. I highly recommend watching some YouTube videos on this frame to get a visual of it. Leah Day has several that are excellent at preparing what to expect. She even uses a smaller domestic machine. - I will say that if one has to use a pedal to control the machine, it is awkward. I am upgrading to a Q'nique 16x Elite so I can have handlebar controls. My current machine is not compatible with the Sure Stitch regulator that Grace sells. It's expensive anyhow. - This frame will work for me until I can take over a different room to get a larger traditional frame. I would recommend the hooping frame if this is the only space you have and you want a long arm experience.