Day 11…Needful Things for Quilters

11 daysThe next “needful” thing that I can’t live without is my “snips“.

I mount this right on my sewing machine, so I always know where it is…I use this tool in place of a scissors when piecing.  When you are chain piecing patch after patch, you have to cut all the chains apart, I reach for this snips because it can be easily picked up and set down, no fingers in the holes…the blades are curved, so I stretch out my chain and begin snipping them apart, with the curved blades pointing toward my threads between my patches…it is much quicker and I feel that I will not cut into anything because it is a short snip and not a cut with a scissors, in which  I would have to pick up the patches and then cut…I can just snip these laying on my sewing table…like shown below… I mount my snips on my machine with a magnet…now I do not stitch on a computerized machine so I can mount it this way…I will talk later about my machine…Oh, I forgot…I have one of these mounted on the handle of my long arm machine too…hopefully all you long armers out there already know about this…



If you are interested in purchasing this “snips” it is again conveniently linked below to my site, however I have no problem with you supporting your local quilt shop and purchasing there.  If you do not have a nice local shop and want to purchase from me…you will receive a 25% discount off it now til the end of the year.  Please understand that your order may take a bit.  We do not know how many we will sell?  It might be 5 it may be 50, hopefully it won’t be 500, I don’t think my supplier would have that many!!!…lol, so we may have to order this for you.  We appreciate your patience and we will ship your order as soon as we have them in our store, if we run out of what we have in stock.  Thread Snips order here

You may wait and place an order at the end of the 12 Days…the discounts do apply until the end of the year.  See I do read your comments!!!

Now for the winner of yesterdays Day 12 post…is Comment #81….Cindy P…I picked the number 81…it was my father’s race car number.

Handmade pincushion and 4x8 ruler!
Handmade pincushion and 4×8 ruler!

Your prize is shown here…please send me your mailing address so we can get this ready to be mailed…PS  I have decided to mail all the winners their prizes at the end of this event…One trip to the PO instead of 12 ! Stop back by tomorrow to see what else you may “need” to help you be a better Quilter!  REMEMBER to leave a comment to win a prize!

151 responses to “Day 11…Needful Things for Quilters”

  1. Lynelle Avatar

    Now THAT is a great idea! I need one of those…..

  2. Kathy Y Avatar
    Kathy Y

    I love this idea. I’ll have to try it

  3. Lynda Johnson Avatar
    Lynda Johnson

    I love that strawberry pincushion!! Do you have a pattern for that? I have a pair of those snips and they are wonderful. They sit right in front of my machine. Instead of ordering something every day, I will wait until the 12 days are over. Thanks for all your nspiration!

  4. Julie - Me & My Stitches Avatar

    Yep…nice lightweight snips are definitely a needful thing!

  5. Karen Qualls Avatar
    Karen Qualls

    What an adorable pin cushion!

  6. sueb Avatar

    I have to have several pairs of snips at my machines. they are the best.

  7. Pam Uhan Avatar
    Pam Uhan

    I have 2 of these scissors…one in my sewing toolbox that I carry to classes and one on my sewing table. Love them…lite weight and easy on the hands.

  8. Nancy Pleimann Avatar

    Yes, they are a wonderful tool. I look forward to the next 10 days of Christmas.

  9. Kitty Avatar

    Lisa, love the snip idea but then I love all of your ideas. Have a Merry Christmas and thanks for having the 12 Days of Christmas!

    Miss Kitty

  10. Melissa Glynn Avatar
    Melissa Glynn

    I’ve always wanted one of these; they seem pretty slick! Can’t wait to see what’s next!!

  11. Jill Avatar

    The snips seem like they would be very easy to mount to your machine. I do not like searching for my scissors when I need to snip threads. Great little tool!

  12. Paulette Avatar

    A miracle..I’ve cut into my quilts sooo many times. Love this ‘needful’ thing!

  13. Sandy M Avatar

    I have a pair of those.. I them!

  14. suejean1 Avatar

    Love the pincushion. Cindy is a lucky lady. I have a brother-in-law that lives in Oshkosh that races. Wonder if he ever raced with your dad.

  15. Paula P Avatar
    Paula P

    I’m thinking I’m going to have to add a couple of things (maybe 12) to my list for Santa. Thanks

  16. Mary Pasewark Avatar
    Mary Pasewark

    Pick me, pick me, pick me! I’ve never won anything! Plus, I love your suggestions and blog!

  17. Nancy Fitzpatrick Avatar
    Nancy Fitzpatrick

    Love your Blog and all the handy tips!!

  18. Mary Avatar

    Wow! Lisa, I feel like a real pro because the 4 x 8 ruler and snips are also two of my favorite tools. I nearly panicked the other day when my new kitty found the snips and batted them off the table and waaaaay out of my reach under a cabinet. A yardstick with magnet taped on it rescued me and the snips–maybe I had better order another pair!

  19. Diane B Avatar
    Diane B

    Funny you mention race cars. It was racing that brought me to your store many many years ago when my husband was a crew chief for an ASA team and we went to Kaukauna! I loved traveling with him. I would spend my extra time checking out all the nearby quilt shops. Unfortunately we only made it to your area once, but it was a great find!

  20. Judy Balek Avatar
    Judy Balek

    Love your blog. I am looking forward to all your ideas of necessary things. I need to look at my LQS for the snips. They look like something I could use.

  21. Maddy McCaslin Avatar
    Maddy McCaslin

    What a great idea, have a pair and really never used them

  22. Julie Avatar

    You’re right, those snips are very handy! I use them with my embroidery machine to snip off long threads. Hadn’t thought to use them with regular sewing, but now maybe I will. 🙂

  23. Kay Brand Avatar
    Kay Brand

    You can never have to many cutting tools, snips are my favorite for lots of different sewing.

    1. Connie R. Spalding Avatar

      Yes, snips are a wonderful tool…I have been using them for years. I have two pair…one for use at my sewing machine and the other for use at my cutting table. Love them.

  24. Kathy Avatar

    Wow, I thought I’ve already bought every quilty thing possible, but you’ve already had two things I don’t have! And they both look like excellent additions to my collection. I’m worried about the next ten days – this could get expensive! LOL. Thanks for sharing with us.

  25. Susan G. Avatar
    Susan G.

    I see those in the fabric shops and just walk by. I guess I didn’t really know what to use those for. Well now I know. Thanks Lisa.

  26. Melissa Avatar

    I just bought a pair of snips the other day at Joann’s as they were on sale ( my local quilt shop does not carry them). I hate them. They do not snip at all. You have to hold them a special way.. BOO who has time for that. I will have to put these on my list of things to buy after christmas. PS… I made your Pasta dish that you posted back in September… Family LOVED it!!!!

    Have a merry christmas

  27. Gail Avatar

    These snip are wonderful! I have 4 of them one each sewing machine and at the cutting table to trim embroidery designs. Only concern I have about mounting them on a sewing machine is if you have a machine with a computer chip in it the magnet will erase the memory

  28. Terry Licitar Avatar
    Terry Licitar

    I have a pair of snips, just not this brand. I do really like them too. Love your 12 days posts! Thanks

  29. Laurie B Avatar
    Laurie B

    I love the one pair that I have, but you’re right–one pair is not enough! One can never have too much of a good thing, right?

  30. Mary Avatar

    Looks like another great tool. I’m hoping you share what ever product you use to clean your iron – to get the fusible residue off.

  31. Joyce Beenes Avatar
    Joyce Beenes

    I don’t have a snips, I will have to check them out closer. It may be an item that I need 🙂 I love the handmade strawberry pin cushion. Is there a pattern for it?

  32. Jan tjerne Avatar
    Jan tjerne

    I use my embroidery machine for quilting and the snips look like they would be great for snipping the jump stitches.

  33. Sandy Kipphut Avatar
    Sandy Kipphut

    Learned something new today. Didn’t know about snips. Thanks!

  34. Lindi Avatar

    I have those snips. I use them when I do paper piecing. Pull up both threads, snip, and the bobbin thread is cut too. L

  35. Jan Geiser Avatar
    Jan Geiser

    I have those snips also….love them,,,,,,,,great when using you machine in embroidery also……..everyone should have two….smile


  36. DianeK Avatar

    I have seen those snips, but I have never used them. This is a great idea to share the tools that you use.

  37. Kathy Avatar

    I like these snips because they save wear & tear on my big scissors. Love your blog, Lisa!

  38. Phyllis Limiero Avatar
    Phyllis Limiero

    I have these snips and keep one in my embroidery project and one at my machine. They work so well. I have a question for you. What do you use to mark on dark wool. I have a Santa wool project that needs some embroidery and I can’t seem to find anything that will mark the wool. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Love your shop!!

  39. Sheelz Avatar

    Know LB is a business woman but knew her before that as a teacher and shop employee. LB was then and continues now to share what she knows and has. LB inspires others to be better not only with quilting but to be a better person all around. LB not perfect (none of us are) but sets a good example in sharing….thank you. Blessings upon you and your family.

  40. Patricia D. Roberts Avatar
    Patricia D. Roberts

    Well, let’s try again, shall we? I wrote a comment to you and lost the whole thing. My computer skills are few and far between. I and my friends are in love with all the wonderful designs and patterns you create, Lisa. Thank you very much. Your on-line site is one I browse through a lot. I have lots of your projects in cases and can’t decide which one to do sometimes. I have a bad habit of starting and not always finishing. I don’t have those snips but I do have a great collection of scissors. Keep up the great job you do with designing projects. I look forward to them all. I am your devoted fan, Patricia D. Roberts

  41. Peggy McGinn Avatar
    Peggy McGinn

    I love my snips, they are something I have in several locations. I keep them at the machine and on the cutting table as well as my sewing travel case.

  42. Audrey Avatar

    Officially on my Christmas list!

  43. Lorrie McD. Avatar
    Lorrie McD.

    I have never seen these snips………very cool! It’s always great to get a personal recommendation on something. Enjoying the 12 days!

  44. Cindy Avatar

    Thanks for the tip on the snips!!

  45. Fran Bianchi Avatar
    Fran Bianchi

    I have Gingher Thread Nippers that I use. I think I’ve seen these snips but never paid close attention to find out what they were or what they were used for. Think I’ll have to check these out again….maybe something I can’t live without and didn’t know it!

  46. debra Avatar

    I love when you offer a good tool, I also have this nad I love it. I dont remember who makes it but i got it at a quilt sore that is no longer in business–how sad..what a beautiful pincushion you gave with the ruler you do great things with those nimble fingers. Thanks again for the chance to win

  47. Margaret Avatar

    Those look really handy. I am enjoying seeing what I need!

  48. Katherine Avatar

    Cool snips! I’ll have to try his idea. Thanks!

  49. marie beers Avatar
    marie beers

    I’ll have to see if my LQS has those snips, they sure would come in handy, if not, an order in Jan.

  50. Renee Rettler Avatar
    Renee Rettler

    Another great idea and something I didn’t know I needed until now! I need to start writing all these items down 🙂

  51. Joan richards Avatar
    Joan richards

    So far I am 2 for 2 on the needful things list of things I also need.

  52. Denise Wailgum Avatar
    Denise Wailgum

    I always wonder what these snips were for, looks like a must have now!!

  53. Kennette Blotzer Avatar

    I use my snips all the time. Just love them. Also, I love my 4X8 ruler that #81 just received. Another “must have”. Kennette

  54. Ellen Herron Avatar
    Ellen Herron

    We must have been on the same wave length today! As I was driving to work I was pondering what to put on my stocking stuffer list for my family. I was considering putting on some type of small snips that I could have close by when I am at my machine. You have saved me a trip to my local fabric store to look for this type of ship. Now I will just add PG’s website for my husband so he can order it for me. Actually, it will be my daughter doing it for him, as she says “he is computer illiterate.”

  55. Christine S. Avatar
    Christine S.

    Thanks for sharing this with us! I haven’t seen these before

  56. Sandi Avatar

    I love your ideas and enjoy reading your blog. I have the ruler and love it too.

    1. Bonnie Larson Avatar
      Bonnie Larson

      great idea for the snips. Thanks for sharing

  57. Joan Hahn Avatar
    Joan Hahn

    what a great idea. You are so smart to think of this. Merry Christmas. Love everything about you,…….shop,… fabric….. patterns ……….. You are the greatest.

  58. Glynis Avatar

    Thank you so much for doing the 12 Days of Christmas, love everything that you do. I get my Evelyn’s Album quilt back in a couple of days as I have someone quilting it for me. Can hardly wait to see it.

  59. Sheila Plock Avatar

    Will have to check these snips out, what a great idea. Looking forward to #10.

  60. Anne Michalik Avatar
    Anne Michalik

    I have these snips and love them!

  61. Cindy D Avatar
    Cindy D

    I have several pairs of the snips and I love them! They are one of the handiest tools I have. Thanks for the 12 days of Christmas hints! A fun thing to read everyday.

  62. Judy P Avatar
    Judy P

    I also can’t work without my snips! A wonderful tool. Merry Christmas

  63. Linda Avatar

    I haven’t seen one of these before, or if I have, didn’t know what it was! Looks interesting and useful if one does a lot of chain piecing. Like your disclaimer about the magnet and computerized machine!!

  64. De De Avatar
    De De

    I have never seen this tool, interesting… I’m loving these tools, and the fact that you support shopping local, VERY important.

  65. Kristy Avatar

    Totally have to go get a magnet…not to worry my machine is not computerized either. That little strawberry pincushion is adorable…going to go make one for myself.

  66. Cindi Pederson Avatar
    Cindi Pederson

    I AM SO EXCITED!!!!!!  IT IS MY LUCKY DAY!!!! Seriously….good thing I am at work or I might be screaming 🙂 Thanks so much for the chance to win these fantastic items.  It will give me something to look forward to after the holidays!  Merry Christmas to you and your family! Cindi Pederson 22103 169th St. NW Big Lake, MN. 55309


  67. Elaine S. Avatar
    Elaine S.

    Those snips would be good to have.

  68. Starla Peacock Avatar
    Starla Peacock

    Hi Lisa, I just started using the snips about two weeks ago and I LOVE them. I’ve had them for a few years and found them in my tool drawer and decided to try them. What have I been missing! If I could just find a way to mount them on my Bernina, I would be a happy camper!

    Thanks for your great ideas.

  69. Gina Avatar

    You have such good ideas! Someday I hope to get the chance to visit your shop in person…and yea I do frequent my local quilt shops almost as much as yours!

  70. Paulette Doyle Avatar

    These SNIPS look wonderful…thanks for the heads up!

  71. Carolyn Maynard Avatar
    Carolyn Maynard

    Thank-you, Lisa, for your tried and true recommendations, and for encouraging us to shop locally, when possible! The snips look convenient and would be handy at all times!

  72. Barbara Tunestam Avatar
    Barbara Tunestam

    Love em’, own two of em’. One at the sewing table and the other goes everywhere with me sewing related!

  73. Carol Eberhardt Avatar
    Carol Eberhardt

    So here’s a tip for computerized machine owners who do not want to magnetize their snips to keep them handy: use a bungee type cord and hook it to the bobbin winding spool or on the hinge of your sewing cabinet … anything nearby … the bungee stretches to your project and is always handy. (I use one from my old casino card … a place I don’t care to go to but take my 83 year old mom every so often as she loves to go and ALWAYS WIns while I count every loss as yardage lost!). So stay home and buy notions from Lisa or go to the quilt shop … not the casino… You can probably get a bungee more cheaply elsewhere!

  74. Sharon Smith Avatar
    Sharon Smith

    Love these snips!!

  75. Tanya Avatar

    I have never seen/used them before, but they look like they’d really come in handy!!


  76. BrendaLynne Avatar

    I have these for machine embroidery. Now I have another use and will need another one.

  77. janet Chrzanowski Avatar
    janet Chrzanowski

    The snips tip seems like a handy one. Will have to try it. Janet

  78. Debbie T Avatar
    Debbie T

    I don’t have these. I’ve never seen them before. I bet they would come in handy for punch needle also.

  79. Sandy Avatar

    I don’t believe I have seen a “snips” like this and it looks like a great tool for machine piecing. Thanks for the info. I’m waiting for day 12 to place my order!

  80. Pamela Schmitt Avatar

    Love the idea of the snips. I am always misplacing my scissors and that is very frustrating to waste time looking for them when you are on a roll sewing.

  81. Ellen Sharp Avatar
    Ellen Sharp

    This looks a great tool!! I agree with Pam, I misplace my scissors, also!!!

  82. Sharon M. Avatar
    Sharon M.

    I think these are essential. I want a pair. Thanks!

  83. jan calvert Avatar
    jan calvert

    I’ve never seen the “snips”, having them on my machine would be great!! I can never find my scissors, even though I put them in front of me everytime I sit at my machine!!

  84. rosa Avatar

    it`s the first time I see that tool and love it!

  85. Penny Avatar

    Thank you for your tips.

  86. gayle Avatar

    I have a pair of snips like these – they’re perfect for my needle punch projects cuz I never have to worry about cutting the fabric when I cut close…..

  87. Carolyn Vogel Avatar
    Carolyn Vogel

    I find these snips useful for snipping when doing hand work too.

  88. Sandra Avatar

    They are great for trimming threads in the hoop on my embroidery machine!

  89. Juanita Avatar

    I think I definitely need a pair of these … great tool … and advice!

  90. Sue Kraft Avatar
    Sue Kraft

    I had to smile when I saw today’s needful thing — I have these snips and talk them up to everyone in my quilt group. Probably my number one favorite thing to keep at my machine!

  91. Beverly Lawler Avatar
    Beverly Lawler

    Thanks for the chance to win. Handy little,tool.

  92. Barbara Avatar

    I love the snips also. Thanks for the tips.

  93. Brenda Avatar

    I can’t wait to get me a “Snips”. Thanks for the tips.

  94. Karen Schultz Avatar
    Karen Schultz

    Wow, these snips look like a great thing to have. Thanks for featuring them . I have never seen them before.

  95. Janet G Avatar
    Janet G

    I have a pair of these snips but never really used them much. Didn’t think about them being that handy. Sometimes you just need someone to point out the possibilities.

  96. Pat Avatar

    I hace some snips that are really handy

  97. Teri LaVoy Avatar
    Teri LaVoy

    Love chain piecing and can see how snips are a bit more realistic to use. Thanks for the tip. Teri

  98. Marcia Porcelli Avatar

    Lisa, I love your snips. I’ve never seen them before, but I see how they can definately speed the process of chain piecing.

  99. Nancy D Avatar
    Nancy D

    I have never seen these snips before! I think I might need these!! They look like they might be useful for embroidery also. I didn’t even know I needed these things before 🙂

  100. Sharon nejedlo Avatar
    Sharon nejedlo

    Good idea. Thank you!

  101. Lynn Lahr Avatar
    Lynn Lahr

    The snips look like the perfect stocking stuffer. I may need more than one so I have one at home and one with each machine. Cannot want to see what else I cannot live without. Thanks Lisa!

  102. Deb Avatar

    Love the hint and the snips. I guess I will have to get it for myself and add to my own Christmas stocking

  103. Charlotte S Avatar
    Charlotte S

    The snips look very useful. I don’t have any but sure would like to.

    Thanks for your give away.

  104. Kim Avatar

    I’ve never seen these before. They look like they would be really handy! I also like the idea about mounting them on the machine…never to be lost!!!!!

  105. SheriBeri Avatar

    Yesterday was my first ever blog response….here goes my 2nd; never used snips but think I will have to try some. Adorable strawberry pincushion you lucky winner. happy holidays everyone

  106. Mary Avatar

    I have some snips that are on a ribbon as a necklace but I like the idea of attaching it to the sewing machine.

  107. Cindi P. Avatar
    Cindi P.

    What a great idea! I am constantly afraid that I am going to snip my fabric!

  108. Karen Avatar

    Those snips look very cool! Thanks for showcasing them.

  109. Susan Vicary Avatar

    What a great tool, I’d love to have a pair…you’re blog is so much fun! looking forward to all the 12 Days.

  110. Nancy Avatar

    Wow, your snippers are so light compared to mine. I worked in a shoe shop for a very short time many years ago, so that is where i got them. They do have the hole for one finger similar to scissors. Can’t wait to read your next post for day 10!

  111. Darlene D'Eon Avatar

    Interesting snips, I’ve never seen them before! Thanks for the tip!

  112. Lisa Newman Avatar

    Smarty pants, attaching the snips to your machine is a brilliant idea, I am going to do that right away!!

  113. Sharon Avatar

    I have not seen these before….from the comments, I should investigate further…looking forward to
    the rest of the needful days! Merry Christmas!

  114. Amy Avatar

    Just ordered them. Look great to me! Thanks.

  115. Diana Avatar

    Love my snips but I do sew on a computerized machine so they must sit beside the machine and do sometimes fall on the floor. Ouch! My toe

  116. Jill Bodwin Avatar
    Jill Bodwin

    Love the snips!

  117. Karen M Avatar
    Karen M

    Love the look of the snips. I have not seen these before. May have to get a pair and what a great idea to attach to the machine. Thanks
    Karen M

  118. Cheryl C Avatar
    Cheryl C

    I thought I’d seen every snip out there, but these are new to me. Odd looking little thing, but it sounds like they’re great. Cool!

  119. Kathleen LeMere Avatar

    I think I need to get me some of these!

  120. Darcy Avatar

    I love those snips and I love your blog! Looking forward to tomorrow’s tip and hoping I win!

  121. Rose Avatar

    Love the “snips” think I need those now.

  122. Rhonda Avatar

    I have 2 snips and will get a third. One in each sewing case. And they dont hurt your hands like scissors do.

  123. Harriett m Avatar
    Harriett m

    I never thought about mounting w/ magnet!
    Great idea

  124. Julee Avatar

    I have a pair of these snips and love them. One thing I like about them is that you can cut with either hand. Also like your idea of putting them next to sewing machine, I keep mine with my hand applique project that I’m working on now.

  125. Sandy Avatar

    What a great idea, these snips look like they would do a great job. I’ll be putting these on my Christmas list!

  126. Ani Hudson Avatar
    Ani Hudson

    I have always wanted to try a pair of these type ‘snips’! Thank you for these lovely giveaways! Ani

  127. scrapperdeb Avatar

    I don’t have little snips like this….what a productive idea!

  128. Brenda Avatar

    This is the first time I have seen snips. Thee would be very useful.
    bveinotte at juno dot com

  129. Sue Huettl Avatar
    Sue Huettl

    I have two snips, one at each machine. They are the best for cutting between blocks.

  130. Pattywacks Avatar

    🎁 🎄🎁 🎄🎁Never heard of snips – looks like a time saver 🎁🎄🎁🎄🎁

  131. Ann Post Avatar
    Ann Post

    I haven’t heard of these but definitely want to try one. Looks like it would save lots of time.

  132. Cathy Avatar

    I have one pair in my travel to classes basket. Why don’t I have one by my machine? I don’t know. It seems obvious now. Perhaps I will win one. Nice thought.

  133. Cindy V. Avatar
    Cindy V.

    I love your twelve days idea. The snips are a great notion!

  134. Kathy Avatar

    I actually have these!! I like your idea of mounting them on the machine.

  135. Mary Zimmerman Avatar
    Mary Zimmerman

    I thought I had all the gadgets, but I don’t have this one! Gotta get it my next trip to the quilt shop. Love your blog!

  136. Jean Nolting Avatar
    Jean Nolting

    The N.D.quilt conference gave these snips to each volunteer.They worked great when I had ti snip a jillion 9 patches.

  137. Janice M Avatar
    Janice M

    Those snips look like a great little tool. It is going on my list for Santa!

  138. Charmaine Avatar

    What a great tool! Thanks for telling us about it, Lisa 🙂

  139. Kathy B. Avatar
    Kathy B.

    I have never seen snips like these, they sound pretty handy as opposed to small scissors. Thanks for extending the 25% off until the end of the “12 Days.”

  140. Kary Heck Avatar
    Kary Heck

    I never thought I needed these snips, now I am thinking I do….

  141. Pat Avatar

    Clever idea – am going to investigate these for sure.

  142. Shirley Avatar

    Went to my local quilt shop to buy the 4 x 8 ruler, she had every size but that one, so will have to order from you. Can’t wait to use it..Looking forward to your 12 days..I have a snip and use it everyday

  143. Dawn Avatar

    Thanks for the ideas. Merry Christmas!

  144. […] # 16 …Nick picked #16 it was his baseball number in school/college….Susan G.December 14, 2012 at 10:38 am  I see those in the fabric shops and just walk by. I guess I didn’t really know what to use […]

  145. Siobhan Avatar

    I had a magnet with a small scissors on my old machine but haven’t put one on my new one…yet! Thanks for the reminder!

  146. Linda Frihart Avatar

    I’m so lucky to have a sister who is always finding great quilting tools for me. The snips were a gift long ago and still use them. Think they may be perfect for anyone with range of motion problems, i.e. arthritis. So easy to operate and as you say without the finger holes much quicker to use. Now, how about a way to make more handy for those of us with computerized machines?

  147. Loretta Pederson Avatar
    Loretta Pederson

    I received one of these snips from a friend for a secret santa gift .. Love it and will never be without. Thanks Lisa for all the tips.

  148. Bari Jo Avatar
    Bari Jo

    Thank you for the thread info – it was very helpful! I appreciated the tip on the color, too!

  149. Christi P Avatar
    Christi P

    I love sewing tools!!! Thanks for sharing your favorites.

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