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Amish Oak Wood Swivel 22" Quilting Hoop with Stand

Keep all those artistic quilting patterns in place with this Amish Hardwood Quilting Hoop. Helping make your masterpieces possible this quilting hoop is handcrafted by our talented Amish Craftsman from solid oak wood. The hoop holds the fabric tight and easily allows you to move the fabric when you have finished each section.

Features

  • 22" Quilting Hoop Swivels all the way around for easy quilting.
  • Tip the quilting hoop anyway you desire for a comfortable quilting session.
  • Enjoy a large 22" wide round quilting hoop.
  • Please note that the quiling hoop is one size and does not adjust.
  • From top to bottom this quilting hoop provides sturdy support for all your quilting sessions. The x-shaped base is crafted entirely out of solid oak wood!
  • Quilting hoop stand does not move up-and-down.
  • Made with authentic oak solid wood for an everlasting quilting stand and hoop.
  • Proudly made in America by Amish crafsmen
  • Minor Assembly Required

Amish Made Oak Wood 22" Swiveling Quilting Hoop with Stand (Medi

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