Vicki Hoth, Handi Quilter's Education Coordinator demonstrates how to use Channel Locks with your HQ machine.

DISCLAIMER: Our new Handi Quilter Channel Locks do NOT have black rubber tips anymore. They have been dipped in a rubbery compound to aid in their ability to grip and lock

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Available in 9 ½ foot length (HQ Adjustable Table) and 11 foot length (HQ Studio Frame or HQ24 Fusion Frame). Firmly woven, sturdy twill cotton fabric, Hemmed edges, Extra-wide Velcro ...