Glad it is working for you. If there is room and out of the way of the needle hitting it, insert small straight pins to the stabilizer so the quilt won't shift if the magnets loose contact with the metal underneath. You can always remove the pins each time you move the quilt. You may not even be using stabilizer. My frame came loose once when I removed the hoop to trim an applique design and the rest of the design was off a bit. I suppose quilting would not need to be as precise. Kay
I am glad you like it. I bought mine a couple of months ago and love it. Only thing is when cutting jumps on the go the magnets attract and often catch the scissors when I am not careful. Today I added first name and telephone number to the unwieldy, large bag that holds my GD's ice hockey gear and thanks to the magnets nothing shifted and it stitched out beautifully.
Ok. I'm jealous.
It is always a good thing when things work out.
That's interesting, thank you! Do they have magnetic hoops for large sizes as well?
Right now this is the only size it comes in.
wow this would take a lot of hassles out of quilting wish brother had one....soozie
It really makes it easier but the size is limited.
I wish Janome had the magnetic frames, I'm envious.. enjoy
Sounds as if the magnet is strong enough for the quilt. Sure makes things a bit easier.
The magnets are really strong. I was surprised how well it held.