The world’s finest hand crafted frames & stands are within your grasp.
A unique lap stand created by American Dream Products the E-Z Stitch® Lap Stand is hand-made from solid American Red Oak hardwood and hand-finished with a beautiful Golden Oak oil stain.
The E-Z Stitch® Lap Stand is versatile, attractive, and very easy to use. It fully eliminates fatigue and cramping of the hands from holding stitchery frames. Both hands are free to stitch. Extremely comfortable and fun to stitch on! Fully adjustable scroll frame swings straight up to tie off the back side of your project.
FEATURES & BENEFITS of the E-Z STITCH® LAP STAND
• Hands-free stitching.
• Scroll Frame swings straight up to allow access to the back for tying off your thread.
• Assembles in minutes without any tools required.
• Hand-made from solid American Oak hardwood.
• When used in conjunction with optional longer adapter bars, the E-Z Stitch® Lap Stand is able to accommodate up to 30” Scroll Rods.
Expect to experience many years of enjoyment with this true heirloom quality lap stand. The sturdy frame is fashioned from solid American Red Oak with a main support pillar measuring 1″ thick! The E-Z Stitch® Lap Stand assembles in minutes without any tools required.
This versatile needlework stand works, whether your passion is cross-stitch, needlepoint, crewel, embroidery, or quilting.
Our E-Z Stitch® Needlework Frames are an industry standard available in a dazzling array of sizes by combining Scroll Rods widths from 6″ to 60″ and Extender Bars from 6″ to 24″. Our frames provide an attractive backdrop while your piece is in progress as well as being very durable and easy to take with you for travel.
Scroll Rods are available in two attachment styles, webbing (basting) or E-Z Stitch® No Basting System (Velcro) (shown in image to the left).
With the E-Z Stitch® No Basting System your fabric attaches to the scroll rods instantly on contact. You also have the ability to remove and reattach faster than you can blink an eye!
American Dream Products, originally founded as Tomorrow’s Treasures in 1986, is based in the beautiful Pacific Northwest just outside of Seattle, Washington. Since our inception the company’s primary business & vision has been to make the finest needlepoint, cross stitch, crewel & embroidery frames the world has ever seen.
We have built an unequaled reputation for excellence in product quality, innovation & customer service. A few of our senior employees have been with the company for over 25 years, and the owners actively take part in hand-crafting, machining, finishing, quality control & the testing of our products.
We routinely receive compliments from our customers with respect to our professionalism & craftsmanship. How fortunate we have been to work with our customers & clients in shaping the future of our products. We hold with the highest regard & with the greatest respect your patronage, influence & suggestions. We are dedicated to making your shopping experience a memorable one. Most of all, we wish you many years of enjoyment using our products. Find comfort in knowing that we are using the most advanced security features for your piece of mind while shopping online.
American Dream Products was kind enough to send me one of their E-Z Stitch Lap Stands to review, so you’ll be hearing more about that over the next few weeks!
Your link in the second paragraph doesn’t work. I wanted to check out the E-Z Stitch® Lap Stand and when I clicked on the link, it went to your home page.
Itty-bitty temporary glitch, sorry about that. All fixed 😉
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There was a glitch earlier today ~ all fixed 😉
kelly Bailey says
Are the stands table top, under the lap/knee or free standing? I have seen all 3 versions and have one that hate. It isn’t as nice as this product or from what it appears to be. How long/ times does the Velcro system work or do you replace it with new velcore each time and it is it a special type? I might have found what I want for Christmas. Are the larger bars difficult to work with due to size over what appears to be a smaller frame?
I am trying to locate 20” extender bars. Any suggestions?