Welcome to the Handi Quilter Help Center! Jared Medley January 26, 2017 17:07 Updated Follow Welcome! Feel free to browse articles and posts in our community. As we add articles and solutions, we hope we can answer any questions you might have. Enjoy! Related articles How do I get technical support for my HQ machine? Loose Stitching on top of quilt How much does HQ Academy Cost? Are there videos/tutorials for using Pro-Stitcher Premium? I want to sell my machine. Where do I list it for sale? Comments 5 comments Sort by Date Votes Margaret Abramshe January 25, 2018 18:01 I wanted to attend a boot camp or workshop that focuses on improving skills using the HQ Sweet sixteen, but I I see is instruction on the long arm machines. Will this be offered in the future? 1 Permalink Jared Medley January 25, 2018 21:26 There is a Sweet Sixteen Boot Camp offered at HQ Academy. https://handiquilter.me/academy/ 0 Permalink Michael Elinski February 08, 2018 21:31 Hello, How is one supposed to keep the quilted quilt rolled up square and neatly on the small 5-foot frame with the Simply Sixteen? How did HQ envision that the Quilter would use this simplified two bar system? I’ve found the experience to be frustrating? Would leaders help? Also, my Groovy Boards tend to shift as I use the stylus to stitch out a design. How do you suggest stabilizing the Groovy Boards? Now, I’m using books, sturdy catalogues, and wood blocks. There must be a better way. The videos I’ve watched by your educators show using a few strips of painters tape. That system doesn’t hold them still. Please guide me with this problem. Additionally, the tip on the stylus for the Groovy Board is not sturdy. Mine cracked off after 5 hours of quilting. I wonder why you would not use a metal stylus. I would greatly appreciate any assistance with these issues with my Simply Sixteen. So far, i am disappointed. Tension is the least of my problems. I have issues with craftsmanship and design of the accessories to the machine. Thank you for your help, Michael 0 Permalink Jared Medley February 21, 2018 00:05 Mike, I have converted this comment into a support request and our Technical Solutions team will be in touch shortly. Thanks! 0 Permalink debbie frio February 24, 2018 16:54 Hi Michael, I use duct tape to attach my groovy boards and it works well. I noticed mine were slipping at first and turned one over and noticed that there were extra rings taped to the back and they were causing slippage due to the fact that they raised the board enough that the friction stuff on the back wasn't connecting with the table. I hope this helps in the meantime. :-) 0 Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.