Ergonomically, this sort of product is a godsend! You can quickly and easily adjust it for any height chair you may be using. You can also adjust it to a standing position if you get tired of sitting and need to stand up.
The stand also makes it easy to tilt the project to any angle and/or rotate it 360 degrees. Using a cross stitching stand, I have found that I can work for much longer on my projects without paying for it later with physical strain on my body.
This standing cross stitch frame also pulls up really close to the chair or couch, unlike other frames I have taken a look at. In fact, you can even pull this frame up to the edge of the bed and cross stitch while sitting up in bed.
I've thought about how useful this would be for a bedridden patient in a nursing home. Buying one or two of these cross stitch frames to be shared at your local nursing home might be a great way to spread a little sunshine.
This cross stitch frame would make the perfect gift for anyone who loves to do any form of needlework. If you know a person who gets bouts of arthritis in their hands this could also be an ideal gift. It would be a wonderful way for them to enjoy their crafting projects again because you don't have to hold the frame and as I mentioned the frame holds the material so tight, it is much easier to work the needle.
A Cross Stitch Frame Makes It A More Relaxing Hobby
I have found that cross stitching to be such a relaxing hobby, and a great way to get your mind off the stresses of the day. However, if you have to struggle with the material in the frame you are using, this can turn a relaxing hobby in a stressful one. The F.A.Edmunds Stitcher's Wonder Stand eliminates this issue completely and actually adds to the enjoyment of the hobby by being so adjustable and ergonomically designed.
Have you thought of using a Cross Stitch Frame?