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  • tube
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    great item for quilting is easy to work with

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  • great for large needlepoint projects
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    This works well for larger canvases for needlework.

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  • Tired of using quilt frames
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    Don't have as much space as I use to so I needed something that took up less room when I wanted to quilt. Works perfect! I can pull it out when I need and easy to put in closet when I don't have time to work on it.

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  • q snap
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    a must for anyone who does needlework - far superior to hoops and it holscroll frames - it holds the fabric taut and is easy to adjust. - everyone should try it

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  • Q-snap's that work and are affordable.
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    This is a nice product which works well. It is well made. Overstock 's prices were the lowest that I could find, making them very affordable. The shipping was accurate and I received them in one week.

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  • great product
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    Product bigger than I anticipated. Great addition to my collection of needlework frames.

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  • Frame
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    These "working frames" you can snap together to hold your needlework (in my case cross stitcfh) are perfect at keeping your material taut while themselves being outside the working area. I always use them when the finished piece contains beads or decorative knots that can't be squashed by an embroidery hoop. Because the pieces come in different sizes, you can customize them to fit any size piece. I have purchased a couple of different sets to maximize the ways I can put them together.

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