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Q-Snap Quilting Frames-Size 11"x11"

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Item # 1122688
$21.99 $16.49

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Light and durable, these quilting frames secure fabric with a unique clamp design. Made of lightweight PVC tubing, it's gentle and easy to use. Available in 5 sizes.
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Q-Snap Quilting Frames-Size 11"x11" is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great, but not without problems ... I find the Q-snap system superior to other systems, however, there are some things to watch for. The corners of the clamps that lock the fabric down are VERY sharp and need to be smoothed w/an emory board (or similar) BEFORE snapping it over the fabric because it will rub/tear a hole in the fabric - as I found out with a very large project I worked on. I now place strips of material over my fabric to protect it before snapping on the clamp. Since the fabric won't stay taut, the constant re-tightening of the clamps, shreds the fabric at the corners of the clamps if not protected by strips of material placed between the fabric and the clamps.
Date published: 2008-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love my Q-Snaps I originally bought an 8X8 and an 11X11. I've combined the two to make two 8X11 frames. I fell in love with them so much that I bought two 11X17 frames. Q-Snap sells a set of 3" extenders that JoAnn's doesn't sell. I'll be picking up a couple sets of extenders at an independant needleworks shop. I put my canvas on backwards. Instead of putting the canvas over the top of the frame and holding the top of the canvas in my hand, I put the frame on top of the canvas and stitch inside the frame. When I hold the frame, my hand comes in contact with the back of the canvas. This way, when my hands sweat, the front of the canvas stays clean.
Date published: 2004-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You'll never want to use a hoop again Before I had this I had a q-snap knockoff. I wondered what the big deal was, it didn't hold my fabric tight and it was distorting the cloth from pulling the clamps so tight. Finally I ordered a REAL qsnap. HUGE difference, the quality is SO much better, the ribs in the clamps are perfect to hold the cloth taut. It is very easy to use, I don't ever want to go back to using a hoop again, which is why I just bought another 11" frame and additional 6" and 8" frames because I REALLY do not want to go back to hoops. The only complaints I have are that they are so hard to find unless online and the cost.
Date published: 2005-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best "hoop" on the market I have used hoops since I began cross stitching in the 3rd grade. Forward decades later, I've tried the scroll frame and, considering the cost, it was a huge disappointment. I recently read about the Q-Snap for the first time in an old cross stitch magazine (circa 1987), and the raves from the magazine staff. I also read reviews here. They are true! Three decades of cross stitch and this is a dream. The tips and advice on how to maintain the frames are invaluable. Thank you reviewers! If you are tired of the cirlce hoops, or the lack of tautness in the scroll frame, this is the answer you've been looking for. I have ordered one in every size, and cannot wait to use them all.
Date published: 2005-05-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not worth it. I'm not sure what the big deal is. I got it for cross stitch. It doesn't hold any better than my hoop. I don't like that they recommend you undo it when not stitching. I stitch on my break at work and it takes a lot of time to take it off and put it on. It leaves a dent in the fabric just like a hoop. It's also heavy and harder to hold. The thickness of the frame makes it hard to stitch near the edge. I prefer my dollar wooden hoop and regret buying it.
Date published: 2004-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeping the frame in great shape -- I do love my Q Snap frames. I strongly recommend having the fabric piece you will be working on (be it a quilt piece or a needlework piece) at least 4 inches each direction larger than the frame to allow adequate fabric to snap into the frame. Also, when not in use, I remove my working piece and place wide rubber bands, wrapped tightly, around each of the 4 "C clamps" - this helps to keep them in a tight "C" and therefor helps the clamp to hold the fabric taut and snug.
Date published: 2009-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome! When I first started cross stitching, my grandmother-in-law told me I couldn't live without a qsnap. And once I tried it, I found that Grams knows best! After today's purchase, I will own at least one of each size of the lap frames. I have several, because I always seem to have a few projects going at a time and this way I don't have to keep taking the fabrics in and out. One word of advice - make sure to loosen the fabric between work times, I do this - again because Grams says so - but I rarely, if ever, take a project out before completion.
Date published: 2004-08-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The fabric doesn't stay taut I have the QSnap Frames and I find that I'm constantly trying to get my fabric taut...what's the trick? All of these reviews are sterling...yet I can't seem to achieve the same results. I have several sizes...I must be doing something wrong. Any insight?
Date published: 2008-02-01
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