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Sun Sep 02 00:00:00 MDT 20122manyclouds Rating:5.0
This is a nice quality mat! It is heavier duty than the Fiskars that I looked at also. I use it on my dining table to protect it from cutting and pinning my sewing projects. I don't have a sewing room, so this is great. It is not too big to store easily too. The price was great and the delivery was very fast.
Tue Feb 25 00:00:00 MST 2014sewforfun57 Rating:3.0
These pins are beautiful and perfect for simple light cotton material. However, they bent when I used them on heavy purse material. So if you plan to use them for very light weight material they'd be perfect. If you're planning to use them on any kind of material that is heavy or has layers...keep looking.
Thu May 12 00:00:00 MDT 2011theonlyfab4fan Rating:5.0
The first time I ordered these pins it was mainly out of curiosity and I was looking for something with glass heads so I could iron over them. I was so pleased with the quality and sharpness of the pins that I ordered them again. They are a little pricey but I feel they are worth it because they are superior to any other quilting pins I have ever used. I will continue to check for sale prices and as soon as they are on special I will most definately buy more!
Fri Jun 20 00:00:00 MDT 2014bloomie2 Rating:5.0
I purchased a box of stained antique hankies, but the pins holding them onto backing paper had left rust marks all over them. I took a chance on this product-and all stains were removed. I know that sounds too good to be true, but it is. I have used this (it only takes a little bit in a soaking solution)on stains on white pants, damask tablecloths, and pillowcases with the same results. Expensive, but worth it if it works!! Oh, and I sold the hankies for a great profit that more than paid for the product.
Fri Sep 20 00:00:00 MDT 2013chasca Rating:5.0
Longer and thinner than regular sewing pins. I like using these for all my projects, not just quilting.
Tue Jan 04 00:00:00 MST 2011dwnj Rating:5.0
These extra long pins are very good for basting and have easy grip ends.
Wed Jan 30 00:00:00 MST 2013gipsygirl Rating:5.0
At last! I go through rotary blades all the time because I sew a LOT. Aside from running over a straight pin and outright nicking the blade, I have always wanted an easy-to-use blade sharpener that could keep those expensive blades sharper longer. This looks like it will really work. Now to find that box of dull blades that I couldn't bear to throw out...One caution: Read the directions and follow them! Turn the handle in one direction only and make sure to wet the sandpaper disks etc etc
Sat Jun 29 00:00:00 MDT 20132stay Rating:5.0
When cutting upholstery weight fabric, this is the only blade I trust for getting the cuts accurate and to minimize unravelling. It can easily handle 2 layers of the very heavy weight fabric. When using soft fabrics, it can handle 4 layers. These larger blades are expensive, and I was glad to find a better price in a 5 pack. Warning: be extra careful that there aren't any t-pins or other things underneath or on the fabric, as it only takes 1 pass over these things to damage the blade. The blade is still usable, but there will be uncut threads along the cutting line where the blade has been nicked. As long as the blade is only cutting fabric, it lasts a long time.
Sat Sep 06 00:00:00 MDT 2014yetiyes Rating:5.0
Quilters that I know seem to like a Gingher rotary blade. I have tried it and it really cuts fabric nicely. It is more expensive but holds up better than some other brands. But be careful to not run over a straight pin though as it is hard on any brand rotary blades!
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