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Thread: Looky what I got in the mail (not from SQA)

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    Senior Member ladygen's Avatar
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    Oh, me too! Would LOVE to know if these are worthwhile!

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    I haven't seen those before. They look cool. Let us know what you think for them.

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    It's too late to try it tonight (11 pm now) so I'll try them tomorrow.

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    I've never seen these before either.....what a great idea. Can't wait to see how you like them before I rush out to find some. I hate wearing gloves and usually just go with the flow barehanded.

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    I'm not having any luck getting any information on them in Aust. but I will keep looking.

    Very interested to hear what you think of them.

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    UPDATE!

    Ok, I tried it today and it gets an A+ from me! Those little nubs really hold the fabric and it doesn't slip and slide like my gloves do.

    It is comfortable to hold on to and move when I need to.

    On the small one the circumfrence is 5-1/2" and the bigger one is 7-1/4" stitching area.

    I got mine at creatforless.com

    Hope this helps ya'll!

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    Senior Member ladygen's Avatar
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    Did you baste first, or did it hold your sandwich together for you?

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    they look like they may be worth checking into, thanks for the info:)

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    Thank you for letting us know that these work!!! :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladygen
    Did you baste first, or did it hold your sandwich together for you?
    No, I just tried it on a scrap sandwich didn't do anything except slap the fabric together with the batting (W&N).It held securely.

    I tried one that a friend has that is round and it had foam on the bottom (where the nubs are) and I liked it.

    I like mine better tho, because the nubs will last longer and not crumble after time like the foam will.

    I used my kenmore to 'test'; it doesn't have an extention table so I figure if it works on this machine, I won't have any trouble with my Bernina that does have the table.

    My bernina is at the shop getting a check up today is why I couldn't use her to test. :lol:

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