Many longarms are able to use A Quilter’s Eye as it is delivered. Some might need a bracket designed specifically for their longarm.
If you have a large tablet in front, you may want our extended monitor base which clamps directly to your longarm with no tools (shown here on a HandiQuilter Amara).
For HandiQuilter Amara users, we have made a bracket for the stitch camera which can be attached underneath the bobbin area of your longarm and puts the camera in alignment with your sewing needle. This camera bracket also works beautifully on the King Quilter longarm from Sewing Machines Plus.
Another option for a bracket if needed would be our articulating arm and clamp.
This can be installed in two different ways.
One way is with the clamp, you can attach it to your left handlebar and move and swivel the monitor any which way (shown here on a Nolting).
The second option would be to use the bracket without the clamp if you have a place on your longarm that the bracket can be directly screwed onto (shown here on a Nolting).
For HandiQuilter users (except the Amara), this bracket puts the view of the stitching directly in front of you between the handlebars or above your Pro Stitcher and is easily installed with no tools.
Bernina users – this is an option for mounting your camera using only what is provided in the box. If you would prefer the monitor on your left handle, you can use the articulating arm brackets.