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Thread: Question about Snap Hoop and Magna Quilter

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    Super Member Nanamoms's Avatar
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    FINALLY...they have released these for my embroidery machine. Have any of you used these and how did they work for you? The Magna Quilter is quite expensive but the Snap Hoop might be manageable. I want to do QAYG on my embroidery machine.

    TIA!!

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    Just looked at the video. I have a Viking which sells a continuous hoop. the top part of the hoop is hinged so every time you re hoop, the registration marks are in the same spot in relation to the bottom hoop. While the continuous hoop does not correspond 100% with the snap hoop because it's not flat, I'm wondering how you know that the markings on the top hoop will line up correctly with the bottom hoop because it's a separate piece. If it gets on crooked, your embroidery will be crooked too. Might be missing something. I'd like to hear from anyone who has one.

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    Super Member Nanamoms's Avatar
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    Talked to my SM dealer earlier today. They can get the Snap Hoop for me and possibly save me even more $$. YEAH...I will know Monday. I going to give it a test, even though it is 2 separate pieces. I didn't like the Magna Hoop at all with the 4 little magnets to hold the plastic template on. Never held the fabric well. I sold it so I hope this one works better.

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    What machine do you have?

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