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Thread: Elastic Wizard

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    Elastic Wizard

    I got this at an estate sale for $2.00 and finally tried it out and it works great. It takes some adjusting to get just the right amount of stretch, but, that isn't hard to do. I used it on some doll pants. I am always up for another gizmo.

    http://www.stitchntimeinc.com/shop/B...RD-x663805.htm
    Alyce

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    Cool, really good deal!
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    I have not heard of this, but then I no longer sew clothing.
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    Wow never even knew this exhisted. I could have really used this years ago when I sewed a lot of clothing.

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    I love the "elasticicator" (yes, that is really what it is called!) on my Bernina serger. I did 6 crib sheets for my granddaughters plus lots of cot sheets for a local charity with that! I tried the one for a Brother serger, but it just didn't work the same at all. Let us know how this one works!

    Pam

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    This one works pretty well. I just did it the first time to see and I think if I want to do something more precision I could. Very happy with my $2 expenditure!

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    I'm picking up a foot for my Viking this week that does the same thing. I'm hoping it makes dealing with elastic tape easier.
    Judy

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    Gosh! I bought one of those Elastic Wizards some time ago. I am one of those people who has to buy every new gadget that comes out, but sometimes I don't put them to use. The Elastic Wizard is one of them. Maybe your post will get me on the ball to try it. Ha Ha

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    Looks interesting...Thanks for the link..

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    I have one of these they work well. I used it when making the little shorts the girls wear under their dresses . I don't do those any more . Dottie Bug
    Last edited by Dottie Bug; 06-24-2013 at 10:19 PM.

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