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Thread: Adding stones to quilts and tote bags

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    Senior Member nangars's Avatar
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    Adding stones to quilts and tote bags. What type of a tool do you use for this?

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    Okay, so I am not a blingy girl, but I didn't know why anyone would want to add rocks to their backs. There had to be better things to use to make them heavier.

    Sorry on drugs. :(

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    Bejewler hot fix tool

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    Super Member Dolphyngyrl's Avatar
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    Are you talking like the hot fix crystals or actual rocks

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    Oh I thought you were talking about putting rocks in the bags! DUH!

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    Funny thread this one!!

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    Yes, I was puzzled too! Why would you want to weigh down a bag with rocks! lol

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    i use beads or sew-on-bling. i don't trust the melt-on "jewels". i also have a bedazzler.

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    Senior Member quilticing's Avatar
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    I've used Aileen's Jewel It to encase actual small polished rocks. Glue them on and put a thin layer of glue over them.

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    Bedazzler is the only way to go!!

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