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E-Z Stitch Needlework Floor Stand by American Dream Products / Tape Version
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E-Z Stitch Needlework Floor Stand by American Dream Products

Tape Version

Tape Version

$399.95

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Webbing Version

Webbing Version

$399.95

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The E-Z Stitch Floor Stand!

This floor stand is very sturdy and stable easily accommodates two-handed stitching. It is designed for larger projects and uses our E-Z Stitch Scroll Rods that are 24”, 26" 28",  30”, 36”, 42” and 48".

It is adjustable to many positions and sizes. The side supports have 18" of adjustable arm locations. The top and bottom cross braces expand in width from 24" to 48". The scroll frame can rotate a full 360° for quick, easy access to the back of your project. The stitcher can choose what height and depth the scroll frame is positioned toward them.  The upper portion of the floor stand, which angles and lifts the frame, has 12" inches of adjustable positions. It also includes grooves to store floss bobbins along with holes designed for storing scissors, tweE-Zers, or a highlighter. Along with 4 different foot placement options.

As with all of our E-Z Stitch Products they are all interchangeable and uses the E-Z Stitch Scroll Rods and Side Bars. The feet are assembled with a Phillips Head screwdriver while the rest is assembled using the E-Z Stitch Knobs.    

Included in the E-Z Stitch Floor Stand are a pair of 10" Side Bars, a pair of 30" Heavy Duty Scroll Rods with E-Z Stitch Tape for Rods, a roll (3 yards) of E-Z Stitch Tape for Fabric and 32 knobs (used in assembly and the hardware, which is provided).  Along with all of the components of the E-Z Stitch Floor Stand (Legs, Feet, Arms, Elbows and Cross Braces) The E-Z Stitch Floor Stand is Manufactured by Embroidery Central.

When we were designing the E-Z Stitch Floor Stand, I had some simple requests.

First, stability... I stitch two handed and I wanted a needlepoint floor stand that I could put the weight of my arm on while stitching and it would not lose tension. Well, that is achieved with the support of the Elbow that is attached to the Arm. That Scroll Frame is not going to move at all and can hold more pressure than just my arm.

Woman happily enjoying her EZ Stitch floorstand

Second, Large Projects … I wanted it to hold those crazy fabulous, fun (some might say insane) large projects. This E-Z Stitch Floor Stand does just that-- it is adjustable and uses Scroll Rods that are 24”, 30”, 36”, 42” and 48”. Now all your large, again maybe insane, projects now have the perfect stand to go on.

Floorstand with 24 inch rod configuration          Floorstand with 30 inch rod configuration      Floorstand with 36 inch rod configuration    Floorstand with 42 inch rod configuration    Floorstand with 48 inch rod configuration

   

Third was lightweight and easy to assemble... With how large this stand is, you would think it would be heavy but it is so light and moves easily on hardwood or carpet. Putting together the E-Z Stitch Floor Stand could not be easier. All you need is a Phillips Head screw driver. Everything else is assembled using screws and knobs which are included.

Sideview of a set up floorstand   Sideview of a set up floorstand with arms extended   A floorstand in use

Diorama of a floorstand's adjust parts

Fourth, adjustable... I wanted the Scroll Frame position to be adjustable. Just like our E-Z Stitch Lap Stand, the Scroll Frame can rotate a full 360° for quick, easy access to the back of your project. I also wanted to be able to choose at what height and depth the Scroll Frame came toward me. As you can see on the Legs, Arms and Elbows, there are so many adjustable positions. You can determine the location that each are placed at that you find comfortable.

I recently had neck problems and the doctor told me not to look down. Mmmm, I'm a stitcher how do I stitch without looking down? The E-Z Stitch Floor Stand to the rescue! With all of these adjustable options, I can place the Scroll Frame at such a position that it is right in front of me and I'm looking straight ahead, no more looking down. With a pillow under my arms for support, I am now completely comfortable stitching and looking forward.

Not only are the Arms and Elbows adjustable but Foot placement is also adjustable. No matter where you like to sit while stitching, whether it's a couch, chair or recliner, there is a foot placement for you. When looking at the Foot, you see there are 3 placement options.

Floorstand legs position 1

Postion 1 (located about 5 inches from the end of the foot).  Attach the Foot to Leg in Hole 1 and the block end of the Ankle in Hole 2. You would use this position if you stitch in a recliner or a couch where there is not a lot of space underneath.

Floorstand legs position 2   

Position 2 (located in the middle of the Foot). This would be a standard placement. Attach the Leg to this Second Hole. The Ankle then could attach to either Hole 1 or Hole 3.  

Floorstand legs position 3

Position 3 (last hole on Foot). Attach Foot to Leg in Hole 3 with the block end of the Ankle attached in Hole 2. This is the position you would put the foot if you have lots of space under the couch.

Note: Both Feet do not have to be in the same position, they could be in two different positions and your frame would still be stable.

Woman assembling her floorstand using a screw driver   Woman tightening knobs on her floorstand

Fifth is storability... Some stitchers don't have a lot of space and need to put their stitching away when company comes over. With the E-Z Stitch Floor Stand, all you have to do is detach the Elbows from the Arms and the Scroll Frame lays down against the legs. Then remove the Feet and Ankles and the E-Z Stitch Floor Stand could slide under a bed or lean up against a wall. Then with a couple twists of screws you are back to full stitch mode once again.

Floorstand laid flat for storage

Sixth, additional features... After months of observing me stitching, the designer added some amazing additional features I didn’t even know I wanted. On the Arms, you will notice that there is a grove running down the length of each Arm. This is where you could store several floss bobbins of the current colors you are working with. In addition, at the block end of the Arm are two holes, the perfect place where you could store scissors, tweE-Zers, needles or a highlighter.

Built in tool holder for Floorstands

Access to the back of the Scroll Frame

The Scroll Frame is secured to the arms of the Floor Stand with two knobs. To rotate the Scroll Frame simply loosen both of those knobs before you flip it over to get to the back of your work.   Then once you flip it back secure each to tighten it back down and secure the frame into place.   If the knobs are not loosened before flipping the scroll frame over you could risk strip the insert in the knobs or even stripping the screw.  I have found that with this double knob system I can get a tighter tension and secure my whole Scroll Frame tighter into the postions I want it in.  

Built in tool holder for floorstands picture taken up close

Finally, Beauty... As with all of the other E-Z Stitch Products, I wanted a beautiful piece of furniture. Our E-Z Stitch Floor Stand is fashioned from solid American Red Oak and hand finished with Golden Oak oil stain just like our E-Z Stitch Lap Stand.

Floorstand product image

So now you have a stable, large project, easy to assemble, adjustable, storable and beautiful Floor Stand that fits all of your stitching needs!

Now the only question is: what project are you going to put on first???

** NEW Feature as of 2020... the Cross Bars now have holes every 2 inches so it works with E-Z Stitch Scroll Rods in 24”, 26”, 28”, 30”, 36”, 42”, and 48”.

We have also added a new placement on the Legs for the Cross Bars. They can be placed either at the top or they can now be placed lower. This offers the same stability but not the Cross Bars are now no longer in the way of the TV.  

New features for the 2020 Floorstand


The E-Z Stitch Floor Stand Includes:

  • 2 Legs (features 18” of adjustable Arm locations)

  • 2 Top and Bottom Cross Bars (expands to 24”, 26", 28", 30”, 36”, 42” and 48”)

  • 2 Feet & Ankles (features 4 different foot placement options)

  • 2 Arms & Elbows (features 12” of adjustable positions)

  • 2 Side Bars 10"

  • 2 Heavy Duty Scroll Rods 30” with E-Z Stitch Tape

  • 1 roll of E-Z Stitch Tape for Fabric

  • 32 Knobs

  • 8 Screws H 2.5”

  • 2 Screws I 3”

  • 2 Screws J 3.5”

  • 4 Philips Head Screws K 1.5”

  • 2 Philips Head Screws L 2”

The E-Z Stitch Floor Stand does work with recliners. My recliner is one of those recliner and a half and my project is on 42” Scroll Rods. Which is wide enough to fit over my recliner with the feet up.

Woman comfortably using her floorstand while reclining and relaxing

 

The Hook and Loop Version uses our patened hook and loop tape system to easily attach and detach your projects from the stand. The webbing version requires you to hand stitch or sew your fabric to the rod webbing. Hook tape for fabric is not reusable, and must be purchased for every project.

 

 

E-Z Stitch Floor Stand Product Demo

E-Z Stitch Floor Stand Assembly Video

E-Z Stitch Floor Stand Assembly Instructions.pdf

 

 



Luanne H.

Hello, I'm considering making this investment. If I went with a 24 inch scroll rod, and my project was 20 in would I be able to use clips on the 20-in rod?

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Jeanne E.

Hi Luanne,

I just realized something, are you meaning that you want to clip on the pattern to the rod? That is something that has been asked before, and yes you can clip onto the rod if you have the right clip on. Here's a link to one of our chart clip ons, that works on a rod. https://embroidery.com/product?productsetID=267878... If that's not quite what you were meaning then please let us know. Thanks!

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Jeanne E.

Hi Luanne,

Thanks for reaching out to embroidery.com! We aren't sure if using clips would work. But just so you are aware there will be 2" extra space for turning, if you use the 24" rods for a 20" project. And the 24" rods come in 2 diameters 1/2" and heavy duty 5/8". I'm not sure if that helps, but if you still need help please let us know. Have a good day!

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Deborah S.

hello - if my finished crossstitch pattern is 12" x 15" can I use a 24" scrolls on the ez stitch frame? I usually work on pictures anywhere from 12" to 18" wide and want to make sure this stand will work for me. I have very bad neck issues from doing crossstitch in my lap and always looking down so this stand looks like it would keep my neck upright while working

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Jeanne E.

Hi Deborah,

Thanks for the question! We recommend that you use rods that are at least 2" wider then the fabric. If the fabric is 15" then you should be fine to use 24" rods. If there is extra room then that is fine, it's more of an issue if it's less then 2". Since it's hard to get enough tension if there isn't enough room on the rods. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Have a nice day!

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Deborah S.

Thank you

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Jeanne E.

You're welcome!

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Pamela M.

What is the difference between the Tape Version and Webbing Version? I usually work with you e-z stitch scroll frames, but have been finding the my left arm is sore from always holding the frame. This would make a great addition to my counted cross stitch and keep me stitching.

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Jeanne E.

Hi Pamela,

Thanks for the question! The main difference between the Tape and Webbing Versions is the rods. The Tape Version has rods that you tape the fabric onto. The Webbing Version has rods with webbing hooked onto them. So you would need to sew the fabric to the webbing, and that's how it hooks onto the rods. Besides that it's mostly the same product, and will come with all of the same parts. But you will get a roll of tape that goes with the Tape Version, if that's what you decide to order. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Have a good day!

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Jean L.

I know the height is adjustable. Could someone please tell me what the height range is? If is on any of the info above I could'nt find it.

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Jeanne E.

Hi Jean,

Thanks for reaching out to embroidery.com! The Floor Stand is 40" or 3.33 feet tall. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Have a great day!

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April S.

Is there a way to order another set of crossbars only?


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Jeanne E.

Hi April,

Thanks for checking! I believe that I talked to you on the phone earlier. We'll send you an email with tracking, once the crossbars ship. Have a great day!


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Karen K.

Good morning.

I am considering purchasing your floor stand. I have a few of questions please:

- Warranty? Is there a warranty on your product? I have seen some reviews reference issues with hole placement during assembly, missing parts, etc. Will you work to address any issues if I encounter them after purchase?

- Supported weight? What is the heaviest weight (for example of the needlepoint canvas being worked upon) by this frame?

- Reinforced holes? Do all holes, that receive screws, have a metal receiver or is the screw hole simply wood? I am concerned for reaming out of the wood holes (especially on the back cross pieces) over time from use?

Thank you!

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Jeanne E.

Hi Karen,

Thanks for reaching out to embroidery.com! Yes, there is a warranty on this product and we will work with you on it, if there are missing parts or hole placement issues. We recommend not putting more then 10 lbs of weight on the floor stand. Yes, all of the holes that receive screws have metal receivers. If you do run into issues later on with knobs, or other parts, not working due to overuse we'll send replacements. You would just need to contact our customer service at 800-428-7606 or email us at [email protected] Please let us know if you have any other questions. Have a great day!

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Heather B.

Hi, Kim. I think those are still available. Here's a link to all our currently available metal knobs, so you can take a look:

https://www.embroidery.com/product?productsetID=268024&efid=4767

Please let us know if you need further assistance.

~Heather
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C P.

Researching stands and very interested in yours. Please let me know the benefits webbing version vs the tape version and vise versa.

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Heather B.

Thanks for the question and the interest, C.P. Tape vs. webbing usually comes down to personal preference. Webbing is reusable and preferred by a lot of our more traditional customers who are used to the basting process. The Tape is a Velcro and is preferred by many of our customers, including our hand embroidery expert here at Embroidery.com (Donnett). It is easy to use and keeps your project nice and securely in place. Please let us know if you have further questions.

~Heather
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Teresa J.

I had this stand for 2 years now & I love it. The look of wood is great.

The problem I am having is on the adjustable cross bars that expand the frame, the screws came out. The wood is stripped & no longer holds the screw. It is like this for both top & bottom on the right side facing the frame. It is no longer sturdy & wobbles around. Is there a fix for this? My father said to insert wood toothpicks & wood glue both the screw & toothpicks then snap the toothpicks at the top. I did not want to do that just yet until I posted.

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Heather B.

Hi, Teresa. Thanks for the feedback. We're sorry you're having trouble. If you'll email me information to say how many cross bars are having that problem, we can work with you to get this issue fixed. Please email me at [email protected]

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Beth E.

Any updates on the chart holder?

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Donnett H.

Hi Beth We are working on them, once they are ready and availiable for purchase we will let you know. Sorry abut the delay.

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Tiffany M.

I'm interested in getting this, but is there any way to get a different set of scroll rods with it? I prefer the rods with webbing, and I already have a 30".

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Scott G. Shaffer

Hi Tiffany,

We love to listen to our customers, and we have now made it possible to purchase the floor stand with webbing rods. Unfortunately, we can't swap out the length of the rod, but you can buy the webbing version of the floor stand from this page. Let us know if you have any questions!

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Heather B.

We're sorry but we can't switch out the rods, but you can of course add the size you'd like to your order as an additional item.

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Megan A.

Hello, I am very interested in purchasing one of these floor stands. Could you please explain to me or direct me to a video you may have on how the fabric is kept taught when stitching using your frame/stand setup? Thank you :)

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Donnett H.

In my video How to attach the tape for fabric to the fabric I go over how to to get nice tight tension. It is about half way into the video. I also have lots of other video ins my EZ Stitch Scroll Frame Blog that have a much of tips on all things EZ Stitch. Let me know if you have any other questions. https://www.embroidery.com/help.ec?docid=3576&efid...


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Beth E.

Any word on the chart holder?

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Donnett H.

We are working on them, once they are ready I will let you know. Sorry abut the delay.

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Amy M.

When the chart holder becomes available will it be included with the floor stand or sold separately?

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Allyson C.

Thanks for the question, Amy. The chart holder will most likely be sold separately.

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Olha O.

Good afternoon. how much does it weigh in the package


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Heather B.

This product weighs approximately 16 pounds. Thanks for the question, Olha.

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Yolanda B.

Hi, I live in Australia. I have a problen , I have 150x180 cross stitch Aida and ,I'm looking for a cross stitch stand that I can use for this sizes .I have a large project.Im useing a hoop.

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Donnett H.

Hi Yolanda is the 150 x 180 the stitch count of the project or the cm of the fabric size?

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Beth E.

Can this floor stand use 6" up to 18" scroll rods?

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Heather B.

No, this floor stand cannot use 6" to 18" rods. Sorry about that, Beth. It is recommended for use with rods from 24" to 48" in size. For 6" to 18" rods, we would recommend our Lap Stand.

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Cristina P.

Hello, I purchased a floor stand back in 2019 and I love it. I was wondering if it was possible to just order the legs, so I can reposition the cross bars?

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Heather B.

Hi, Cristina. Yes, we can sell you a legs in red oak if you contact us directly: 800-428-7606 or [email protected] Before we do that, though, could you please clarify why you are needing new legs rather than repositioning your existing setup?

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Cristina P.

Hello Heather, Thank you for your reply. On the my current stand, I only have the two places for my cross bars... all the way on the top and one on the bottom. I do not have any other holes to install my cross bars at a different height. I have to sit on a booster seat when I stitch on my couch watching TV. I hope this makes sense.

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Heather B.

Thanks so much for clarifying and for the photo, Cristina. I am emailing you more information. You may expect to receive the email today, 2/4/2021.

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Marita W.

I love my new floor stand. It would even better with a chart/TABLETT holder. Thank you.

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Heather B.

Thanks for the feedback, Marita. We hope to have a chart holder available again by Spring of 2021.

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Deborah B.

Love it. Received my floor stand on Sat. Took me a minute to figure out how to assemble. But, after it was together and I started stitching I fell in love. Now I am Looking for a chart holder for my new treasured floor stand.


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Donnett H.

Oh I am so glad you are living it! We are re-designing our chart holder for the floor stand. I will let you know once it is available. Happy stitching

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Catherine R.

Hello! I use a magnifying light when stitching. Is the back cross bar sturdy enough to support it? Is it balanced enough to not topple over when the magnifier is pulled into position over my work?

Thanks

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Donnett H.

Yes I have a light attached to my EZ Floor Stand In the picture with the recliner I have a light attached to the Cross Bars. It clamps right to them, you have to clap the light right where the bars over lap, so where there is two of them it gives you more of a surface to secure them to. Depending on how heavy your light is may determine the placement of your feet. You may need to move them forward to counter balance it. I have never had any issues with mine and I have my feet in 2 different positions. I hoped this answered your questions. Let me know if you have any others.


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