A Quilter's Eye 1 Single Camera Stitch System
THE ORIGINAL CAMERA QUILTING SYSTEM
For the FIRST time ever, see the BACK of your quilt AT THE SAME TIME you are quilting the top! A Quilter's Eye is a brand-new quilting camera that allows you to view a magnified portion of the BACK of your quilt simultaneously while you are quilting the top. Now you can make adjustments for tension problems, loops, uneven or skipped stitches, tucks or folds in the back fabric, even a “stray” thread BEFORE you have gone too far. Never again face HOURS of unpicking! A Quilter's Eye pantograph system is your path to error free quilting.
Whether you are freehand quilting, using a pantograph pattern or using a computerized program, our quilting camera will work for you! A quick glance at A Quilter's Eye 7" monitor will show the back of your quilt as you go, allowing you to make any adjustments necessary for perfectly quilted backs every time. A Quilter’s Eye can be attached to any quilting machine, hand or computer-guided, easily in mere minutes. Relax & enjoy peace of mind while quilting and never again roll your quilt up to find work that needs to be pulled out!
We are excited to announce the newest and most advanced edition of A Quilter’s Eye pantograph quilting - now available with a high definition quilting camera. The high definition view of the stitching on the back of the quilt is amazing! The lighted camera sets next to the bobbin eliminating the need for the inefficient and time-consuming use of a flashlight or a mirror to see the underside of your quilt. Let A Quilter's Eye keep an eye on your progress and do the extra work for you.
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A Quilter's Eye 2 Double Camera Stitch and Pantograph System
NOW AVAILABLE WITH ADDITIONAL PANTOGRAPH LASER CAMERA
Not only does A Quilter's Eye 2 give you everything that you get in A Quilter's Eye 1, but this package adds a second camera for following pantograph patterns from the front of the quilting machine! This option is helpful to quilters who have limited space or prefer not to stand at the back of their quilting machine. The second specialty camera is mounted on or near the laser stylus, adding a view of the pantograph pattern and laser light that is projected on our monitor screen located at the front. Now you can follow pantographs while quilting from the front!
For the FIRST time ever...
See the BACK of your quilt AT THE SAME TIME you are quilting the top! This brand-new quilting camera allows you to view a magnified portion of the BACK of your quilt WHILE you are quilting the top. Now you can make adjustments for tension problems, loops, uneven or skipped stitches, tucks or folds in the back fabric, even a “stray” thread BEFORE you have gone too far, and you are faced with HOURS of unpicking. No more uncomfortable longarm quilting!
The seven inch monitor will fit on any machine. You can easily mount the camera onto any flat surface. So choose a location that will be best suited for your style of quilting and use. The monitor has a convenient flat bracket on the bottom with holes for zip ties, giving you the option to mount with ties or the adhesive strips that come in your box. There is also a special bracket for Handi Quilter machines that mounts your monitor on the front.
Easy to Install
There are no tools needed for installation and everything required is included in your box. There are several clips to organize your wires, alcohol wipes & swabs for cleaning the surface of your machine, a zip tie for mounting options and several adhesive hook & loop strips for easily attaching and also removing components when transporting your machine.
Your main stitch camera comes with LED lights mounted around the camera to illuminate the area under your quilt and give you a bright easy to read display on your monitor.
Pantograph Laser Camera
A Quilter's Eye 2 includes a 2nd camera which mounts on or around the laser on the back of your machine. With the simple press of a button you can switch your monitor view to the Pantograph camera to follow your pantograph pattern from the front of your machine.
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Handi Quilter Ruler Base
Now available for Avante long arms with a viewing window to allow stitch camera easy visibility.
Handi Quilter Bracket Mounts
If you own a HandiQuilter machine, you may want to consider this bracket made for your machine. It is compatible with all HandiQuilter machines and puts A Quilter's Eye directly in front of you as you quilt as opposed to on top or on the left handle.** The bracket comes in two sizes. If you have the Pro Stitcher on your longarm, you will want the small bracket which puts our monitor just below your screen. If you don’t have the Pro Stitcher on your longarm, the large bracket places our monitor in the center just above the handle bars.
360 Articulating Arm Mount and Clamp
If your longarm has a large monitor display which prevents our screen from being mounted “front and center”, we recommend using our articulating clamp bracket which puts the monitor on the left handlebar and can be moved in any direction as needed.
Intelliquilter Mounting Bracket
If you own an IntelliQuilter, we also have a bracket which slides on and puts the view to the left.
A Quilter’s Eye warranties that this quilting camera(s) and LCD unit will, under normal use, be free from defects in workmanship and materials when received in its original container for a period of 1 year from the date of original purchase. This warranty is extended to the purchasing end user only and proof of purchase may be necessary to honor the warranty. If there is no proof of purchase provided with a warranty claim, A Quilter’s Eye reserves the right not to honor the warranty set forth above. We will repair or replace, at our discretion, any part that is defective in material or workmanship without charge if the product is reported and returned to us within the warranty period. Misuse, abnormal service or handling, improper alterations or modifications in design or construction will void this warranty.
*It is considered normal for a minimal amount of pixels to fail on the periphery of the display active viewing area.
*Due to our constant effort to improve our product and product features, specifications may change without notice.