Frank Edmunds & Co. Sit-on Frame

Item 325649
Right or left-hand use. Adjust seat and angle width (to 24"/61cm). Uniform tension scroll frame. Spreader rails hold fabric tight. Hardwood seat. No air delivery. Approximately 8-1/2 x 18" (22 x 46cm).
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Frank Edmunds & Co. Sit-on Frame Accessory
Item 325649


Returns and Exchanges
If you are dissatisfied in any way with your purchase, you may feel free to return unused merchandise for a full refund or exchange within 60 days. Every order arrives with an itemized invoice and contains complete return instructions.

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 12 reviews)

By Jacquelyn (Jackie) Pearson
Shelby, MI
May 09, 2020
"The Sit-on-Frame was easy to assemble and well made. The only improvement I would suggest is that the 2 dowels were a bit longer. On a larger project, as I have, there's not much left to be able to turn and tighten the fabric. Other than that, I'm very satisfied with the service I received from the order clerk. "
By Traci St. Denis
April 08, 2020
"This frame makes it easy for me to stitch. As a left hander, it can be hard to find products I can use so I appreciate the fact I can make the frame accessible for me. Love it!"
March 07, 2018
"I purchased this hoping I could still work on a project with having one hand in a cast. the frame is working out wonderful. I am able to adjust the screws one handed, however the wood is a soft wood & didn't hold the square on the screw when tightening the wing nut, so some of mine just spin & don't tighten all the way. It would be a nice enhancement to have a metal nut embedded into the hole to hold the screw or put a slot in the screw so it could be held with a screw driver"
October 08, 2017
"I have been using this frame constantly for over 3 years. It holds the work at the perfect distance and can be adjusted height-wise for the shorter person. It only comes with one set of slit dowels, so if your work is wider you might want to buy another set at the craft store and have them cut to length and slit. After 3 years of flipping the frame back and forth while working, the center screw has loosen its tension. However, that is a lot of flipping and may be expected. "
By Cynthia Ruhf
Manton, MI
September 06, 2017
"Was easy to put together and will make finishing my project much easier. "