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Thread: Elmers glue tip

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    Hi, Can anyone tell me where you can find the tip for the glue that I have seen used on some videos? I tried Joanns and Michaels but they don't know what I'm talking about.

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    I purchased mine at Michael's. It came with a bottle and the tips. I read yesterday that Joann's also sells the same type with the botles and the tips together in one package.

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    Someone asked the same question on here a few days ago but I forgot. Hope they see this and can help you. Seems like they bought a bottle with a small tip at like the Dollar store or something.
    Sorry I couldn't help!

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    if you are talking about basting glue tips= joannes usually has them in a package of 3- for a couple bucks
    roxanne glue baste it comes with the tips
    other places to find them are on line-clotildes, nancy's notions, keepsake quilting
    also dharma trading company has a variety of bottle tips

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    I bought a small bottle with a plastic tip at Hobby Lobby a while back. It worked good. Then I got a bottle of basting glue at my LQS and I just refill that bottle with Elmers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanlo
    Hi, Can anyone tell me where you can find the tip for the glue that I have seen used on some videos? I tried Joanns and Michaels but they don't know what I'm talking about.
    If you are talking about the tip that you put on the glue to squeeze out a fine line of glue, I have looked everywhere and couldn't find it. I finally talked to a clerk at Hobby Lobby who walked me over to the art department, and handed me a pkg. of three small plastic bottles that came with three fine metal tips to use for paint, or glue. I bought the pkg. for a very reasonable price, but have not used it yet. It looks like it will work fine.

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    I just use the tip that comes on the bottle.
    works fine on bindings.

    June in Cincinnati

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    I bought mine at Hobby Lobby.

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    I bought mine at Hobby Lobby.

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    I purchased mine from Sharon Schamber's booth at a show. They're SUPER tiny. I think you can get them from her website.

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    you can google fine glue bottle tip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish
    I purchased mine from Sharon Schamber's booth at a show. They're SUPER tiny. I think you can get them from her website.
    These are out of stock on the website.

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    I use glue sticks....much easier!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sadiemae
    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish
    I purchased mine from Sharon Schamber's booth at a show. They're SUPER tiny. I think you can get them from her website.
    These are out of stock on the website.
    Oh, bummer!

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    Go to dollar store buy mechanical pencils. Snip off little bit more of tip of glue bottle. Unscrew tip of mechanical pencil. Push into tip of glue bottle. Done!!! Won't close so I use old pin. Cheap easy.

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