You need the small embroidery hoop if you want to embroider small items or tight places that don’t fit in the standard 4×4 inch hoop such as infant clothes, socks, t-shirt sleeves, monograms on collars or cuffs.
It’s best to use the smallest hoop that the design can fit in, because it will be easier to get the fabric tight and even, reduce the chance of distortions in the design due to the extra fabric around the design, and save on stabilizer. So even if you can hoop the project in the 4×4 inch hoop, the small 2 x 1.5 inch hoop can be helpful to have if you embroider small monograms or motifs.
The adjustment screw makes it easy to hoop different weight fabrics.
The hoop includes a clear, plastic grid. The notches and marks on the grid help you line up and accurately place the designs.
There are only five reviews at Amazon, 4 5-star and 1 4-star. Here’s what one reviewer said about how she uses this hoop:
This is ideal for small embroidery projects on my Brother SE350. I used it to embroidery initials on a quilt square. It was easy to attach the small quilt square and it turned out very nice.
The Brother SA431 Small Hoop Works with these Machines
The Brother SA431 Small Hoop is for use with these embroidery machines: Brother SE-400, SE-350, LB-6800PRW, LB6770PRW, SE270D, HE-120, HE-240, Innov-ís 500D, Innov-ís 900D, Innov-ís 950D, PE-270D, PE-300S, and PE-400D.
Where To Buy The Small Brother Hoop
The best place I’ve found to buy Brother embroidery hoops is at Amazon.com. For current pricing information, availability, and to get free shipping, click here:
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