If larger quilting machine models and frames are more than you want or need, the HandiQuilter Moxie with Little Foot Frame is the quilting machine for you. Designed, engineered, and assembled in the U.S.A., the HQ Moxie includes all that you need to begin your next quilting project, including a convenient and sturdy frame. This powerful, fast-moving machine is built for optimal performance, cranking out upwards of 1,800 stitches a minute, with 4 to 18 stitches per inch, depending on your preference. Depending upon your needs, preference, and experience, you can pick from several different stitching options include manual mode, cruise, and precision stitching. Craft your own custom quilts both small and large, with 15 inches of throat space. Extremely popular among quilters that want to be able to work comfortably in smaller spaces, the HQ Moxie machine comes with everything you need for your next quilting project, aside from your fabric and batting. The built-in LED lighting helps to illuminate any craft space, making your entire quilting experience easier and more enjoyable. Other things you’ll love about the HQ Moxie include both the ruler and open-toe foot and the high-speed rotary hook and larger-capacity M-class bobbin.
Customers also appreciate the amazing tutorial videos included with the HQ Moxie. Every HQ Moxie includes a helpful informational kit to help get you started! This is perfect for every beginner long arm quilter that wants some extra guidance on what to quilt and how to quilt it on their new HQ long arm quilting machine. Please note: this machine is compatible with the interchangeable Handi Feet. The HQ Little Foot Frame is a great option for stand-up quilting in smaller areas. Only 5 feet long, it fits into the smallest sewing spaces, while still providing a 14” x 48” quilting space. With simple assembly and crafted from high-quality steel, the Handi Quilter Little Foot Frame is also adjustable ranging in height from 33” to 44”. Additionally, the feet have a leveling feature that enables them to sturdily adjust to floor surfaces that are variable.