Women upset about the underside of her quilt.

is sick and tired of crawling under her longarm to see what's happening under the quilt. 


Welcome to

Stitch Snitch

A longarm sewing machine.
You are going to love the Stitch Snitch.
What bad stitching looks like under a quilt.
Person using a smartphone to see what the underside of a quilt looks like.

Just look at your phone to
see the underside of the quilt!

A short vide of what you see on your smart device while quilting. 

*One or more features of the Stitch Snitch are covered by patents assigned to A Quilter’s Eye

  • A vision system that mounts quickly & easily on most longarm machines

  • A wireless router is required

  • View your stitches on your phone, tablet or device

  • Can be hooked to AC/120 current, USB or use our power pack

  • Sets up in 30 minutes

  • Walk away from the machine and still watch what's happening under the quilt

My fellow longarm quilters,

Have you ever taken a quilt off your longarm and realized the underside stitching is a mess? I’ll bet you’re tempted to use words that your mother told you never to use. So you don’t. We quilters are known for our self-control.

We are also known for sitting on sofas for hours as we rip out all those wonderful designs we stitched, likely peeking up to watch murder mysteries on the television. By and large, quilters hate soap operas and game shows. Although there are exceptions. Ripping out stitching causes eyestrain. Eyestrain causes drowsiness. Often we fall asleep before we find out who the real murderer is. We wake up and are again tempted to use language of which our mother would disapprove. 

At my husband’s insistence, he and I developed a solution to this problem. I no longer take a flashlight and go hunting under my machine to see what's happened. 

Dennis and I developed  the Stitch Snitch. In fact, it is my first patent! It is a wireless, lighted video system that can be installed on a longarm machine in under a 30 minutes. You can walk away from the machine and still see what's going on underneath the quilt. After downloading an app  and installing the camera on your machine you will see the underside of your quilt in detail.  You can install a camera on one or both sides of your machine and see what you have been up.to.  You will need  a tablet or a smartphone, either android or Apple.  If you don't have a power source on your machine you can purchase our power banks which will work just as well. 

This system will allow you to see the underside of your quilt immediately. If things go wrong, you’ll realize it quickly, so you can make a very mild, quiet curse under your breath, one that even your mother wouldn’t mind.

Dennis & Rita Nau