*To use Magna Hoop Jumbo on Brother 4000, 4500 and Babylock Ellegante, you must purchase the optional 6x10" hoop at Brother SA428 Baby Lock EF64P Large Embroidery Hoop for ULT2001, ULT2002D, ULT2003D & BL Ellageo

This new large-size Magna-Hoop is now available for the Baby Lock and Brother embroidery machines. This larger hoop is perfect for quilt borders, longer belts, drapery borders, and sheets. It makes machine quilting projects easier because there’s no need for any stabilizer.
*Use on new Esante only with 6x10 embroidery field, not for Ese or Ese2 with 5x7 field

The Jumbo Magna-Hoop works with the extra-large 6” x 10” hoop (160 x 260mm)

*The Jumbo Magna-Hoop will work with the following Baby Lock/Brother machines:

Baby Lock Ellageo
Baby Lock Ellageo Plus
Baby Lock Esante
Brother Innov-is 2800D
Brother Innov-is 2500D
Brother Innov-is 1500D
Brother ULT 2001
Brother ULT 2002
Brother ULT 2003D
Brother Galaxie 3000
Brother Isodore 5000

Included Accessories
- One metal base plate
- Three (3) large, acrylic frames
- Large rectangle
- Medium rectangle
- Narrow rectangle
- Two (2) sets of industrial-strength magnets
- (4) 4mm magnets
- (4) 6mm magnets
- 45+ minute instructional CD
- Printable reference manual on CD
- Adhesive gripping strips
- Target Stickers
I have had my needles break and my machine thrown out of alinement because there is not enough space allowed for embroidery area. Is there some way I can have the magna hoop cut out more to make it bigger

First of all, we, as the manufacturer of an aftermarket hooping tool, are limited by the sizes of the machine manufacturer’s hoops. There is not sufficient room in Janome’s (and others) to develop a Magna-Hoop which can utilize the full sewing field of the hoop; we have to have enough room for the metal base plate for the magnets to attach. Therefore, the sewing field is not the same as your full sewing field without the Magna-Hoop inserted.

Let me reiterate the following information which can also be found in the printed instructions received with your Magna-Hoop. Once you have loaded the design into the machine and positioned the hooped item on the machine – you MUST trace the design to ensure that it fits in the sewing area of Magna-Hoop. Printed templates are also helpful to determine if the design will fit. The embroidery machine has no way of determining if or which Magna-Hoop frame is on the machine and we have no way of telling it. Therefore, the embroiderer must make the determination of whether a design will fit or not. I find it helpful to lower the presser foot and trace a second time before stitching.
Elizabeth, Washington
I always buy from your company when you have the products I need or want.

Joyce, Boone, NC
Was very pleased with the ordering process and the presentation of the product. I was on other links and could not find the phone number or they did not answer so you got my order. Thank you.

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