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Thread: Was David asking about this?

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    Senior Member leakus's Avatar
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    I couldn't find the thread David started. I have this neat tool to close the pins when sandwiching a quilt. I coudn't do without it.

    It is the Kwik Klip- Paula Joan Creations- Sacramento, CA (916) 468-3480. I had it years ago, I haven't seen it in the quilt store anymore.
    Once I went to a class and a quilter had one made with a wood handle and a screw. Worked just fine.
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    Super Member pojo's Avatar
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    You can buy it at J Hittle sewing.

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    I bought my Kwik Klip from the Quilt in a Day website. I love it!

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    Our JoAnns has them!!

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    I bought mine at Joann's years ago. Don't know if they still carry them as I haven't looked. I love mine and it really saves your fingers when closing pins.

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    I use chop sticks that have ridges at the very end....a gift from one of my teachers...sure keeps the fingers from getting sore.

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    A very handy tool, I love mine.

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    I have one I got from Quilt in a Day a few years ago. I love it, especially having a touch of arthritis in my thumb. It also works good for opening the pins after.

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-85157-1.htm
    This is the link to David's post in case you want to update it.

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