How to use the HQ Sweet Sixteen TruStitch with Debby Brown

| The Quilters’ Community | Episode 3

At the 2012 International Spring Quilt Market in Kansas City, Debby Brown demonstrates features of the stitch regulator called the TruStitch. This is a Handi Quilter’s exclusive stitch regulation device for the HQ Sweet Sixteen sit-down longarm quilting machine. Be sure to watch more episodes featuring Debby Brown on For more information on the Quilter’s Newsletter check out Quilter’!

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  1. I saw your quilters on They look amazing. Being a senior citizen, I am unable to purchase one of the long-arm machines which run into the thousands of dollars.

    I do wonder, however, what the prices of your machines are. I live in an isolated area of the north, so am unable to visit a store where I can get that info.

    I would also appreciate receiving any brochures you might have available.

    Thank you,

    Kathy Prell
    9928 Ridgewood Dr.
    Minocqua WI 54548

    Kathleen Prell, 2 years ago Reply

  2. i really enjoy all the videos, this make me just want to sew more, there a lot of helpful hints, i am a true owner of several baby lock machines, quilter, 2 embroidary machines, serger, getting ready to start another quilt, this true stitch is quite interesting

    ann williams, 2 years ago Reply

  3. I purchased the Sweet Sixteen and the Stitch Regulator last month. I absolutely love it….. so much fun to use and so easy for a beginner, like myself…..

    Sandy Schmidt, 2 years ago Reply

  4. Saving my money for a longarm.

    where are shows in new york or penn.

    barbara vecchione, 2 years ago Reply

  5. I would like to know if the Trustitch would work on a sewing machine that is not computerized….thank you

    Barb Voth, 2 years ago Reply

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