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"Un-sewing in style," wrote Mark Lipinski, in
. My original ripper (2007) has evolved, but each unique tool is now also
Get a grip on quilting, rug-hooking, embroidery, rope splicing, needlepoint, and fly-tying! Half-flat handle (stays put) has a steel-point and a tiny
Snips by the iron or lost in couch when you're at the machine? Pendant travels wherever your neck goes (even upside down). It's
"dots" to manage mayhem on the front of a fridge? Nah, but quilters love them for changing rotary cutter blades.
Quilt-making is more efficient when repetitive pieces are chain-stitched. A
tool makes follow-up job cutting chain apart equally efficient.
Handcrafted control of indis-PIN-sable sharps. Wood-and-woolen pin cushions,
pin cups, and itty bitty goblets do the job with joy!
Skip those useless teensy-weensy-wire threaders. Mine function magnetically, like a stable, third hand. DIY replaceable wire
Knit with double-points? Know the heartbreak of losing stitches between sessions! Elasticized caps keep knitting secure, needles together.
Ponder a perfect paragraph with pen in hand (or resting in a matching stand) rising regally above clutter on any author's desk.
Take a tea/coffee break & watch WOODbyC history!
Comprehensive craft career recap; commissioned by Active Retirement Assoc. 11/3/21