Back when I started up with SMS as a dealer, I had a pretty big “opening order” to make, so I went looking for a number of tools that could make my sewing and quilting life easier.
It can be really hard sometimes to tell the gimmicks from the gadgets and the gadgets from the really necessary tools.
One of the “frightening” concepts for a new quilter is “bias edges”. I thought that any tool I could come up with to help me with that would be great.
I stumbled upon the Quilter’s Rule Quick Quarter 2. Knowing that I would “eventually” be making something with half square or quarter square triangles, this seemed like just the thing. Continue reading Review – Quilter’s Rule Quick Quarter 2
This past week, I had more time than I think I’ve ever had to sew. I’ve been babying my lower back this week, because the last time I thought it was “good enough” (last Friday), I set my recovery back a week, at least. So with time at the computer limited, and no lifting sewing machines, I decided it was time to finish a number of UFOs. This seemed a good opportunity to put the wonder clips through their paces.
Most of my UFOs are not quilting projects.
- I’ve had 2 pair of jeans sitting on my desk for a couple of months that need hemming. They’re not even marked.
- Then there are the “thundershirts” for all of our furry creatures.
- The one quilted project is another featherweight case liner for yet another featherweight (there are 3 in total in the house)
So on to the performance of the Wonder clips. Continue reading Review: Clover Wonder Clips