No hoop pop-off * No hoop burn * Less stress on fingers and hands * User friendly

Introducing Durkee “EZ Frames” for multi-needle Embroidery machines. EZ Frames are a simple, yet effective, system for hooping otherwise difficult to hoop items. Simply apply sticky backing to the underside of the frame with the sticky side up. The adhesive on the backing holds your project in place while the machine is stitching.

Durkee proudly introduces our “Kick-Start Combo” Four (4) piece EZ Frame Set. This set was created with two specific goals in mind...

1. Create a simplified, less expensive, way to own EZ Frames - one of the most popular and sought after products in the embroidery industry!

2. Allow embroiderers to determine for themselves what additional frames they choose to add to their
collection and when to add them.

Stability - due to their thickness and strength, you can stitch comfortably with EZ Frames at 1,000 stitches per minute!

Strength - EZ Frames are constructed with 3/16" anodized aluminum to provide years of consistent, uninterrupted performance. This compares to Fast Frames 1/16" metal frames which have a lot more vibration up and down movements.* EZ Frames also has larger Thumb Screws for ease of tightening and loosening.

Save - A lower purchase price means up-front savings and higher operating speeds
means more production in less time!

Consider Purchasing the Durkee 7in1 EZ Frames are demonstrated demonstrated here on Brother PR6-1000.. Purchasing the 7in1 option (in recommended accessories below) ads the 2.5 x 5", Cap Back Frame and 3 x 4 EZ frames. The 7in1 is a separate purchase.

Durkee EZ Frames from Emanuel Neiconi on Vimeo.

See Brent Taylor from Durkee talk about this package at the Houston Virtual Quilt Festival below!
  • US Warranty Limited Lifetime
  • Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
Seven (7) piece combo pack includes the Main Attachment Arm and one (1) each of the following frames:
Included Accessories
  • 2" x 4"
  • 5" x 4"
  • 7" x 5"
  • 8" x 8" Frames
These are the additional sizes available for Alliance/Persona PRS100 and Six (6) and Ten (10) Needle Brother
and Baby Lock Machines with JUST A FEW of their potential uses. The sizes shown are available sewing fields.

1 1/2" x 4" - Sides & tongues of tennis shoes, collars, cuffs, and some shirt pockets, etc.
2 1/2" x 4" - Smaller pockets on tote bags, purses, etc.
3" x 4" - Smaller pockets on tote bags, purses, monograms on napkins, sides of caps, etc.
3" x 8" - Shirt sleeves, pant legs, monograms on boots, etc.
4" x 4" - Monograms and logos on tobogans, some left & right chest logos and monograms
5" x 5" - Common size used for left and right chest embroidery, stuffed animals, etc.
5" x 8" - Referred to by our customers as the “Onesie” frame, some shirt sleeves and pant legs, etc.
6" x 6" - Frequently used on larger tote bags, larger monograms and logos on children’s clothing, etc.
7" x 7" - Large tote bags, large embroidery on back packs, full fronts and/or backs on children’s clothing, etc.

Why won't my machine recognize the correct size of hoop I Have installed on the machine?
On the rare occasion this issue comes up, the answer is the same. . Durkee EZ Frames have nothing to do with the issue. In fact, the customer should take them off and set them aside to fix the problem. The “A” arm of the machine has multiple positioning locations that, when properly aligned, cause the machine to “recognize” the hoop attached to the arm. In this instance the word “recognize” refers ONLY to the hoops that came with the machine or other OEM hoops from Brother available for that machine. Those positions on the “A” arm are small slots or grooves. In order for the machine to recognize the correct hoop, the left side (adjustable arm that moves left and right) must align perfectly in any given slot and the knob that holds it tightly secured. If these two criteria are not met, the machine “assumes” the next smallest size hoop.

Thus, if the customer will remove any/all hoops or frames from the machine and adjust the “A” arm correctly in the proper slot and tighten the thumbscrew/knob securely, the machine will “think” it has a 7 7/8” x 11 7/8” hoop attached and the problem will be solved. This hoop is usually and inaccurately referred to as a 12 x 8 hoop. Brother identifies this hoop as their “Large” hoop. Because the machine “thinks” it has a 12 x 8 hoop in place is why the customer must ALWAYS center their #1 needle in the middle of the EZ Frame or hoop and trace their design.