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Thread: What is your favorite quilting tool you have found in 2010?

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    I was in Kansas City during the shophop but for a different reason. I asked to stop at one shop so I went to Prairie Point. They had a lady demonstrating the Binding Tool. I was so impressed that I reached in front of her and bought 2. One for me and one for a quilting buddy. They have a tutorial on You tube.
    http://www.Youtube.com/watch?=ex2PajesRvU
    If that doesn't work go to their website www.MissouriQuiltCo.com
    You will be impressed by how simple it is to use. It works perfectly every time.

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    OK so I tried the link to You tube. It takes you to You tube in the box type the binding tool and then it will pop up with the tutorial

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    I haven't used it yet but I think this may become a favorite of mine. Here is the link: http://suepellanddesigns.com/shop/category/tools/
    It is the orange rulers. There are 6 different size scallops on the three rulers. It can be used to make leaves, flowers, and as a quilting guide for lines. I am really looking forward to using it.

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    I bought it but would just as soon do binding as Sharon Schambers does in her glue binding tute. doesn't use a tool at all.

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    Straw Needles. I love them when I am hand sewing the binding onto the quilt back. My fingers do not get sore. Using reg. needles they did.

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    My newest tool is the bias tape maker. I used to do it myself but using the tool is a lot faster

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    You can all laugh at me but it was the Quilting Board. I learned so much from here from everyone here with their ideas and pictures and items to sell.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matilda
    Yes, Matilda, this is the right Youtube tutorial. Thanks, I must have mistyped something. I really like this tool and it works everytime.

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    I have the binding tool too and I love it.

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