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Cap/Hat Hoop for Brother LB6800 Embroidery Machine

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  • CAP/HAT HOOP
  • This listing is for a Brand New Cap Hoop for the Babylock Intrigue & Brother LB6800 SE 270D SE350, PE400D PE 500D PE 300S, Embroidery Machine.
  • Now you can do Caps & Hats
  • Full Color Instructions Included.
$30.00 + $4.94 shipping Only 14 left in stock. Ships from and sold by NGOSEW.

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CAP/HAT HOOP This auction is for a Brand New Cap Hoop for the Babylock Intrigue & Brother LB6800 SE 270D SE350, PE400D PE 500D PE 300S, Embroidery Machine. Now you can do Caps & Hats Full Color Instructions Included.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00421SMSK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #213,258 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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I think this would be a great product but it won't actually work on my sewing machine. Once you put the hat in, the machine is unable to move the embroidery carriage.
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I double checked this to make sure it would work on my machine the Brother LB6800 it said it would but there is no way to hook it on the embroidery part soooo I will send it back, I'm sure it would have been really cool and was looking forward to doing some hats but NOT on this machine.
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I tried real hard to make this thing work. I have no idea how anyone can make this do the job. It wont stay in place and impossible to adjust properly.
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not what I expected - won't hold hats as needed
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By Elexis on January 25, 2013
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Update 2/10/15:
I have a 6800THRD, which I believe is just a project-runway version of the LB6800.

I did get this working for 6800THRD. I clipped it to the embroidery hoop (seemed logical since it fits perfectly inside and tightens down with the nob at the top). I then loosened the 2 nobs (seen in the product image), slid the bill of the cap in, and tightened to secure. After some work to get it all aligned I was able to sew some letters onto the hat. Oh yes, don't forget you may need to rotate your image 180 degrees since, at least in my configuration, the hat is upside down.

Here is a picture of the hoop connected to the embroidery hoop: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0njYLTIjzLqZGtyTDdfdjdjbkk/view?usp=sharing

I lowered my rating from 5 to 3 as it was somewhat cumbersome, but I did manage to get it to embroider some letters on a hat as a test.

To save frustration, I suggest picking up some cheap practice hats like I did for a few dollars before you sew your nicer hat.
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