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Thread: Gadgets you feel are worth the money.

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    Super Member Rose Marie's Avatar
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    Quilt In A Day triangle square up ruler. Best time saver ever.
    Rotating cutting mat.
    Worst waste of money is the Triangulations video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joysewer View Post
    I wouldn't be without the Kwik Klip that helps close pins when you are pin basting.....it really saves the fingers!
    I love the Kwik Klip!
    Karen from Louisiana

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkberrykay View Post
    Did you pay the $6.00 to ship it? I found it on Amazon.com for $6.04 plus 4.04 shipping. Or. $10.39 free shipping.
    Wish I had seen this before I ordered it from the other place.

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    I love my Quiltcut2, wonderclips, my retractable Olfa cutter, Stitching Lines (easier for me than Tiger Tape), and my Creative Grids rulers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolaug View Post
    I bought mine from Jenny Beyer.

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    My new year's resolution: no more gadgets that are one use and collect dust. I will walk by all the gadget demos at quilt shows and not even stop to look and will never buy one online unless at least ten of you recommend it.

    After all the money spent on gadgets, my favorite and most useful and cheapest are: Bamboo chopsticks (stilleto use and poking out corners after turning) and one half a spring clothespin ( wooden ironing thing).

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    A glass of dry white wine after another 'ripping' session.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenpatrick View Post
    Wish I had seen this before I ordered it from the other place.
    ME TOO!!!! I know that I will love it though. Thank you.

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    Best seam ripper

    My best seam ripper is a scissors - Its a surgical scissors like they use to sew up wounds in the hospital. It works just great. Much faster then a regular seam ripper. Try it, you'll like it.

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    These sound great, hadn't realized how bad my sight had become till I had to use two pairs of glasses to rip out some seams, which I never ever have to do.lol hehehehe
    Sewbeadit
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