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Thread: Sew Slip II

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    Dora Taggart's Avatar
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    I just bought a sew slip and tried it and I love it. That stuff is slippery, quilt just slides and reliefs so much tension on arms and shoulders..

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    Super Member sewjoyce's Avatar
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    I've never heard of this -- what is it?? :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    I've never heard of this -- what is it?? :D
    I never heard of it either.

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    not sure how to explain it web site is www.sewslip.com
    and it sure does work

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    It's similar to the Supreme Slider - a teflon sheet that you put under the needle and it helps the quilt glide along freely.

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    They were giving these away on the Quilting Show I watched today...the fabric really slid around on it very well :D:D:D

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    I have one, too. It is so handy when i am doing free motion quilting. The fabric moves so easy. I really like it.

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    I need to try one of those. Hopefully it would help with my back when I quilt.

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    Super Member sewjoyce's Avatar
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    That looks like it would be a great help when FMQ -- something I need to learn to do.... :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlehud
    I need to try one of those. Hopefully it would help with my back when I quilt.
    I find it easier on my back if I do not roll the quilt when quilting. I just kind of scrunch it under the machine and kind of fan fold it in my lap. Having a table or chair next to hold it on the left helps alot too. :)

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