Day 9…Needful things for quilters…

9 daysDay 9…Hera Marker4002CV
Do you know what this does? It marks your quilting lines for machine quilting! You can mark with some kind of marking pen, but they wear out, run out, or you have to keep sharpening them and the lead/chalk keeps breaking…but this baby does none of that…you will have it forever and it is only 6 bucks! Now here is how I use it…First I layer my quilt with backing, batting and the top…then I figure out how I want to mark…diagonally, cross hatch…how wide to I do them apart…again..lots of decisions, but most of the time the quilt will determine some of these matters. I usually use this on my small quilts, they are very easy to mark…now I have a picture here but it is after I stitched the quilt one way already…but you will still get the idea…

Layered, stitched one way, now ready to mark the other way...
Layered, stitched one way, now ready to mark the other way…


Using a ruler and the will run the Hera along the ruler creating a crease, where you will eventually quilt.
Using a ruler and the Hera…you will run the Hera along the ruler creating a crease, where you will eventually quilt. Move the ruler over after each mark, start marking from the middle up of the ruler and then the middle of the ruler down. This keeps everything flatter.


Can you see the marks?  On this little sample they are 1" apart...
Can you see the marks? On this little sample they are 1″ apart…

Using your walking foot, stitch while watching ahead of your stitching...this is the trick that makes it easier...Using your walking foot, stitch while watching ahead of your stitching…this is the trick that makes it easier…I used my favorite color for quilting this Auriful #1140. Be brave…I would rather see dark thread on the light fabrics, then light thread on my dark fabrics.

It is hard to stitch and take pics at the same I hope this helps...I like to spray with water/mist and then iron with lots of steam...this help shrink it  up a bit and the stitching relax.  Now my little sample is ready for binding...It will make a cute little tree skirt or night stand quilt.
It is hard to stitch and take pics at the same time…so I hope this helps…I like to spray with water/mist and then iron with lots of steam…this helps shrink it up a bit and the stitching relax. My sample is a little damp yet, you can see on the stitching lines. Now my little sample is ready for binding…It will make a cute little tree skirt or night stand quilt.


If you want to purchase a Hera…it is here on our site on sale for you!!! Click Here for Hera


Now the winners for Day 10 are Comment #84, #88 and #89… I picked these numbers for the years of my 3 sons birth.




  1. Reply 84   Charlotte S  December 15, 2012 at 10:53 amI started using Aurifil and it is great!

    Charlotte S

    Reply 88  Pam Uhan December 15, 2012 at 11:12 amI love your information! I lover learning new things. Never heard of this thread but will give it a try.
  2. 89Barbara Jenson

    December 15, 2012 at 11:16 am

    It is just the best thread I use the funky green color for hand applique and it blends with most colors.

You all win a spool of Aurifil Thread…it will not be will be one of the colors I use….please send us your address in an email so we can get this out to you when it is all over… Congratulations girls!!!

See you tomorrow for Day 8!

168 responses to “Day 9…Needful things for quilters…”

  1. Kristy Avatar

    Now I need to go piece something, so I can try out that method…wait a minute….I need the marker first.

  2. Brenda Avatar

    What a great tool. Thanks for sharing and showing me how it works. This would certainly be very useful and wouldn’t break or wear out.

  3. Cindi P. Avatar
    Cindi P.

    How can I be the second person to comment? I have the marker and absolutely love it! Thanks for the reminder and all the great tool ideas!

  4. Carolyn Vogel Avatar
    Carolyn Vogel

    I have one of these and haven’t used it in years. Time to get it out and use again, especially now that I am doing more small quilts than large.

  5. Jodi Avatar

    Love this tool , Thanks for sharing your Knowledge with us 🙂

  6. rosa Avatar

    Awesome tool.It would be welcome to play with it!

  7. Paulette Doyle Avatar

    Time to tidy out the sewing room so that I can find my Hera!! Thanks for the reminder!~

  8. Loretta Pederson Avatar
    Loretta Pederson

    Good Morning .. I am finding myself looking forward everyday to your posts! Love them.
    I do have a Hera marker, but have not used it for this purpose. Will definately give it a try. I have some ‘little’ quilts to work on, this is inspiring me. Thanks again!

  9. Betty Putzka Avatar
    Betty Putzka

    Thanks for the info Lisa, I’ve had one of the HERA MARKERS for years and never quite knew how to use it. I’ll give it a try.

  10. Harriett m Avatar
    Harriett m

    I have that little marker & have never used it! Now I can:)

  11. Peggy Dalberto Avatar

    I have seen the hera marker, but never believed it was something that would work. Thanks again Lisa for being the teacher/mentor for me. Peg

  12. Jill Bodwin Avatar
    Jill Bodwin

    This is a tool that I will definitely check out! Thanks for the heads up.

  13. De De Avatar
    De De

    I’m going to be so much smarter after 12 days, I love it!

  14. Julie - Me & My Stitches Avatar

    I love your little table topper. I have not tried the Hera Marker – but may have to check it out – one of my least favorite things to do is remove marking lines. Thanks for the tips!

  15. Deborah Kuchta Avatar
    Deborah Kuchta

    I’ve never heard of this marker! I can’t wait to try it!

  16. Alice Tignor Avatar
    Alice Tignor

    This looks like a great idea! I am going to purchase one and try it.
    Thanks for all of your ideas.

  17. Rita Nichols Avatar
    Rita Nichols

    Thanks for all the helpful hints, I have learned so much already.

  18. Patti Avatar

    Thanks for the tip. I can see how easy it would be to mark a quilt with a hera marker, especially a smaller wallhanging or table topper. I need to go and try this.

  19. Darcy Avatar

    I didn’t think Hera markers worked so well. Thanks for the demo and I will pick one up! Love this series. 🙂

  20. Margaret Avatar

    I definitely have to try this thing. I’ve heard about it but haven’t tried it.

  21. Sandy Kipphut Avatar
    Sandy Kipphut

    Thanks for all your great information!

  22. Meme Avatar

    Can’t wait each morning to read your tips, please don’t stop after the 12th day. I am making my list for ordering, the Hera marker has been added. Can’t wait until tomorrow.

  23. Rose Avatar

    Wow that hera looks like a great tool to have, thanks for sharing.

  24. Kim Kopac Avatar
    Kim Kopac

    Ohhh I would love to try this one!!

    1. lisabongean Avatar

      Kim…you have won the giveaway for this post…please send me your address so we can mail your prize!!!
      See the Day 8 post for what you have won! LB

  25. yvonne Avatar

    i really enjoy your suggestion ! Keep them coming.

  26. Michelle S. Avatar
    Michelle S.

    I will have to try one of these out. Thanks for all of your tips. Michelle S.

  27. Linda Cates Avatar
    Linda Cates

    Would love to try this way of marking.

  28. carol l Avatar

    Have always used tape, but this looks easier. Learning alot this week.
    Carol l

  29. Rebecca Avatar

    Sometimes the simplest tools do the coolest things!!

  30. Carol Gouveia Avatar
    Carol Gouveia

    What a cleaver way to mark a small quilt. Your tip on spraying and then steam ironing sounds like a great idea. Look forward to the rest of your needful things for quilting.

  31. Kathy Avatar

    I make miniature quilts, so I’ll definitely give this a try! Love these daily tips.

  32. Paula Stuplich Avatar
    Paula Stuplich

    This is awesome and something I do want to try. Learning a lot form your posts this week. Thanks!

  33. Susan Avatar

    I could’ve used this last night-can’t wait to try it!

  34. Evelyn Avatar

    I have one of these and never knew how to use it. Thank you for the lesson. All lessons have been great.. thanks.

  35. Donna Avatar

    This looks wonderful! Can’t wait to get one of these babies!!

  36. Shirley Avatar

    Have herra marker and use it quite often, love the hints.

    1. Amy McC Avatar
      Amy McC

      Hmmm…I am going to have to try the herra marker….seems mysterious to me.

  37. Steph Avatar

    This is a great tool. I was introduced to this a few years ago, and honestly I forget I have it so I don’t use it much. I will make sure to start using it again! Thanks for the tips! Love your daily blog!

  38. Sandy Avatar

    Love all your tips and hints. I need to get one of these. I can’t wait to see what you’re going to show us each day.

  39. Bonnie Larson Avatar
    Bonnie Larson

    I have heard of the hera markers, but had never seen one. This looks like a great little tool. Thanks for sharing.

  40. Gina Avatar

    Thanks for the demo, I had heard of the Hera but had noidea how to use it!

  41. Brenda Wyatt Avatar
    Brenda Wyatt

    I learn something new from your blog posts almost every time. Thanks for sharing your expertise.

  42. suejean1 Avatar

    Your needful things posts are really helpful Lisa. I didn’t know anything about the Hera marker. I will be sure to look for one now. Thank-you.

  43. Jill Avatar

    I love my Hera marker, it is great for marking straight lines.

  44. Audrey Avatar

    Where has the Hera been all my quilting life? Thank you for these, I love my new pair of snips too! I look forward to your posts!

  45. Jane Lemm Avatar
    Jane Lemm

    Never heard of the Hera, Thank you for the wonderful idea!

  46. Debbie Avatar

    Great little tool! Much better than using a marking pen.

  47. Marcia Porcelli Avatar

    Lisa, I love my Hera marker. I think it’s one of the best kept secrets in the quilting world. Thanks for spreading the word. 🙂

  48. Pat Avatar

    I havent heard of that marker, always open for new ideas. Thanks for taking the time.

  49. Elaine Petrik Avatar
    Elaine Petrik

    Wow… Have to try this! Thanks again for another great tip! Your quilt is wonderful…

  50. Karen in Breezy Point Avatar

    I love the Hera marking tool! I’ve had too many headaches trying to remove pencil markings–this tool makes that all go away!

  51. Sheila Plock Avatar

    Wow, thought I had every gadget out there for marking but never heard of this one. Shows how much I know. Will have to check this out. Thanks once again for the suggestion.

  52. Barbara Avatar

    Have one of these markers and love it. Look forward to day 8.

  53. Pam Mickey Avatar
    Pam Mickey

    I love this handy little tool! Happy Holidays!

  54. Cheryl C Avatar
    Cheryl C

    Another tool I now want. Cool!

  55. Dortha Avatar

    I have never heard of that tool. I will be looking for it. Thanks for sharing these great tips.

  56. Jane Knoll-Tenney Avatar
    Jane Knoll-Tenney

    Oh my, now that is awesome…no marks to have to clean away. I’m adding that to my list of tools to buy. Thank you!

  57. sandyfordgal Avatar

    I have never used one these but would love to try one. Thanks for showing us how easy it is to use.

  58. Denise Cabral Avatar
    Denise Cabral

    WOW, I didn’t know that quilts could be marked that way! Thank you so much for this tip!

  59. Paula Hammer Avatar
    Paula Hammer

    I have one of these Hera markers but have never used it – will definitely try it after the Christmas holidays when I get back to my quilting.

  60. Pattywacks Avatar

    🎁🎁🎁🎁🎁🎁🎁Need one in my Stocking🎁🎁🎁🎁🎁🎁🎁

  61. Sandy Avatar

    My order is growing, I have never seen this marker. It seems to make such nice even lines. Thanks again.

  62. Elaine Avatar

    Had never heard of this before, but I think I’m going to give it a try; especially as I hope to make a lot of small quilts this year! Merry Christmas!

  63. Leanne Avatar

    Great tip! I will have to give this a try for sure. I wonder if this would work on wool for wool applique? I love the little quilt you used for demonstrating.

  64. Cindy Avatar

    Thanks Lisa. I am a quilter & my two daughters – my shopping list is growing by leaps & bounds…lol

  65. Leanne Avatar

    Great tip! I will have to give this a try for sure. I wonder if this would work on wool for wool applique? I love the little quilt you used for demonstrating.

  66. Barb Avatar

    Lisa I have one didnt know how to use it thx so much BarbC

  67. Kathy Y Avatar
    Kathy Y

    A tool I don’t have. I’ll have to try one.

  68. Debby Avatar

    WOW that is amazing, never heard of it and don’t have it…I will be ordering. Thanks for education Lisa, when I grow up I want to be able to quilt like Lisa

  69. Pam K Avatar
    Pam K

    Wow! Way cool! Definitely a ‘must have’!!

  70. Joanne O Avatar
    Joanne O

    I love that beautiful little sample you made. Love all these needful things you are teaching us about!

  71. Fran Bianchi Avatar
    Fran Bianchi

    Another tool in the sewing room that I’ve never used because I didn’t know how to use it! We are all going to be
    so smart when these 12 days are over…

  72. Betty Lockhart Avatar
    Betty Lockhart

    I want this like nothing I have wanted since I got a “good” machine!

  73. Jan tjerne Avatar
    Jan tjerne

    Would love to try the Hera marker. Have heard about it, but never tried it.

  74. Lytle Avatar

    I really enjoy your blog. Great info and great ideas!

  75. Sharon Bennett Avatar
    Sharon Bennett

    Another great tip! Thanks so much! I know some folks that can quilt without marking… I “need” markings or I forget where I’m stitching! lol! Love the quilt you used as an example… is that a pattern of yours?

  76. Kathy Avatar

    A couple of years ago I subscribed to a quilting magazine and this was my “gift” It works great for marking lots of things. I love aurifil and I love your little quilt!!! Merry Chirstmas, Lisa!

  77. Karen Schultz Avatar
    Karen Schultz

    Lisa, I have had this tool in my little sewing box forever. You have inspired me to use it. How easy it will be to mark my little quilts. Thanks!!!

  78. DianeK Avatar

    This is just the tool I have been looking for. I have been using blue painters tape for my cross hatching lines. It really helps keep me in line but this would be much easier.

  79. Linda L Avatar

    Your table topper is adorable. I have seen but don’t own Hera Marker but may have to give it a try. Never have liked to remove marking lines. Your tips are so helpful, thanks.

  80. Janet D Avatar
    Janet D

    I have a hera marker and love it. Thanks for the great tips.

  81. Susan G. Avatar
    Susan G.

    That tool looks really cool. Can you mark curved lines with it?

  82. Pamela Avatar

    I look forward each day to see what you have in store for us.

  83. Kary Heck Avatar
    Kary Heck

    Got the tool and I love it.

  84. Jackie Avatar

    I need this tool! Thanks for sharing.

  85. Sue Kraft Avatar
    Sue Kraft

    I’ve heard of the hera marker, but didn’t know what it was all about. Guess I need one of those too! Thanks so much, Lisa. Thank you for sharing with us.

  86. Mary C. Avatar
    Mary C.

    I’ve seen these but never tried one, but at that price I’m convinced. I need all the help I can get when it comes to machine quilting!!

  87. Norma S. Avatar
    Norma S.

    Your hints are great – each day I’ve learned something,
    I’m excited to get the Hera tool!

  88. Mary Avatar

    I’ve heard of these but not used one. I like the idea of it not leaving any residue on the fabric.

  89. Lisa Avatar

    Thank you for sharing. I have used a ceramic pencil for a while. I love hearing other peoples experiences with products. I will add this to my Christmas wish list.

  90. Jean Nolting Avatar
    Jean Nolting

    I have 3 little quilts ready to mark. Hint. Hint

  91. Renee Stapleton Avatar
    Renee Stapleton

    I have never heard of this tool, but it looks great! I plan on getting one and using it to mark my quilts.

  92. Paula Bergan Avatar
    Paula Bergan

    If I don’t win one – I’ll have to buy one – I love it.

  93. Barbara L Avatar
    Barbara L

    Love the fabrics and colors of your little quilt! I never would have thought that just making a crease in the fabric would hold up long enough to quilt! Since I mostly make smaller wallhanging or lap quilt size quilts, I think I might need to try this little tool. Thanks for all the great tips you’ve been giving.

  94. Carol Eberhardt Avatar
    Carol Eberhardt

    Well I never knew what that “thingy” was for and just in the “nick” of time I find out! I have just decided to trust myself and do my own quilting on some projects …. tops that have been long finished, too small to send to the long arm quilter and yet too scary for me to start and then maybe mess up! I like your thoughts about going darker on thread … and going back to your recent thought about the tips being misinterpreted as hard sell… no way does it seem that way to me.

  95. Marlene Avatar

    Thanks for informing us of these useful tips and products! I would love to try this on my quilt waiting to mark now!

  96. Julie K. Green Avatar
    Julie K. Green

    When we took your wool class last August, you asked if anyone knew wheat a Hera Marker was, and low and behold my friend did ! She machine quilts and love it, so I would love to be the winner and show her mine !!!

  97. Mary Avatar

    Never heard of this little gadget! Gonna have to get one of these soon for all of those UFO’s on my “to do” list for January! I am enjoying your daily posts – – very informative

  98. Arnette Jasperson Avatar
    Arnette Jasperson

    Wow another fun tool to try…thanks Lisa!

  99. Mary Avatar

    That’s such a great tip! I have used it to mark silk for garments, but didn’t think to use it for quilting–I will from now on.
    PS–love that little quilt!

  100. timberlandsjs Avatar

    I’ve never seen one of these—looks very interesting! I’d love to try it!

  101. buntyw Avatar

    I’ve heard of the hera marker but I’ve never used one!

  102. Lorrie McD. Avatar
    Lorrie McD.

    Never heard of this tool either! I would love to give it a try. Something else to add to the list!!!

  103. Lynelle Avatar

    I have one of these too! It’s around here someplace! Time to search for it….

  104. Joan richards Avatar
    Joan richards

    Another winner of an idea. Thanks much!

  105. Kathy Avatar

    Looks like a VERY useful tool !

  106. Marsha Avatar

    What an awesome tool! You just gave me the nudge I needed to tackle a small quilt on my home machine. Thanks!

  107. Felicia Avatar

    Wow, that looks like the tool to have. I really enjoy your blog, Merry Christmas.
    Felicia Hamlin
    607 E 21 St
    Blue Earth, MN 56013

  108. Julie Avatar

    What an interesting little gadget! I will have to give it a try.

  109. Sherrie Avatar

    I have not tried this tool, but it looks like it would be worth trying.

  110. Teri LaVoy Avatar
    Teri LaVoy

    Looks like another tool I should be using. Thanks for the tip.

  111. Renee Rettler Avatar
    Renee Rettler

    Great instructions and step by step pictures. Thanks again Lisa!

  112. Mary flynn Avatar

    Interesting tool and enjoyed the tip.

  113. Sue Huettl Avatar
    Sue Huettl

    Great tip Lisa, I had a hara marker I got free from someone, never used it much, yours looks like it would be easier to use. Will have to check it out next time I am at the shop. Love your tips.

  114. Sharon nejedlo Avatar
    Sharon nejedlo

    Think I will get it out of the drawer and actually use it now. Thanks! Loving your ideas!!!

  115. Brenda Y Avatar
    Brenda Y

    Lisa, you do such beautiful work, keep the ideas coming, love hearing from you.

  116. Kathy B. Avatar
    Kathy B.

    My, my, my – this looks like a nifty tool. The photos really helped explain its use. I will need to add that little gem to my ever growing list. Thanks for these great tips!

  117. Toni R.i Avatar
    Toni R.i

    Thank you for sharing a great technique. can’t wait to give it a try.

  118. Rosemary Redhead Avatar
    Rosemary Redhead

    Wonderful, I never thought to use this tool to mark my little quilts – thanks!

  119. Debi Avatar

    I have this tool/marker–again at the suggestion of one of the instructors for a class I took at your shop. It works great–although I refer to it as a “harem marker” since I misunderstood the name initially and can’t seem to make by brain adjust! Keep the great tips coming!

  120. Maddy McCaslin Avatar
    Maddy McCaslin

    I have never used this tool but it looks like I gotta haave one.

  121. Joyce Avatar

    I have never seen or heard of this tool. Thank you for all of the great information. Hope you continue for more than 12 days 🙂

  122. Anne Avatar

    Wow, I’ve never seen these! It will be on the list to try right after Christmas.

  123. Ann Avatar

    Love the hera marker. Great tool.

  124. Denise W Avatar
    Denise W

    This looks like a pretty cool tool. Once you use the tool, do you need to sew right away on the crease? Looks like a must have!

  125. Cathy Avatar

    I have not seen this tool but I will go looking for one as soon as school is out. Looks very useful.

  126. Flo Mielcarek Avatar
    Flo Mielcarek

    This tips are great! Too bad there are only 12 days of Christmas! Thank you!

    1. Flo Mielcarek Avatar
      Flo Mielcarek

      Well of course I meant these not this!

  127. Debbie T Avatar
    Debbie T

    This is a tool I have never seen. Another great tip. Looks like my shopping cart will be full at the end of 12 days of Christmas!

  128. Diane Avatar

    That looks like a pretty handy tool! I will have to pick one of those up soon!

  129. Sharon M Avatar

    Wll, I am definitely ordering one of these. Really tired of markings going bye-bye.

  130. Cecilia Avatar

    I like the way this works. Sometimes it is hard to get the maks out. Thanks for sharing.

  131. Janet G Avatar
    Janet G

    I will have to get one on those little tools soon. Thanks for the tips.

  132. Melanie Avatar

    I have seen this before but was not sure what it is for. Thanks for the info

  133. Pat Avatar

    Thank you for all the tips-I’ll try the Hera Marker .sounds like its best for clean marking.

  134. Nancy Avatar

    I have one of those markers; but have to confess that I have never used it. I love buying notions with rave reviews!

  135. Joleen Avatar

    Wow, I can’t believe how many readers have heard of this tool and already use it! I have never heard of it, where have I been? 🙂 Looks like I will be getting one ASAP!

  136. Barbara Avatar

    I have used a hera marker and it really works. It is easier to use on small quilts I find.

  137. Mary Avatar

    I’ll have to dig through my stuff. I’m sure I use to have one …

  138. gsHARON Avatar

    I am convinced…never tried this, or heard of it, but now I will. Thanks!

  139. Bridgid K Avatar
    Bridgid K

    OMG!!! I have got to get one of these. How cool is that? Thank you for the info Lisa!!!!

  140. Sandy D Avatar
    Sandy D

    You know I have this tool and never thought to use it to mark a quilt .It was bought for another use.Thanks I am going to give it a try.

  141. Deb Avatar

    I’ve never seen this so I’m glad you demonstrated.

  142. Ani Hudson Avatar
    Ani Hudson

    I have two! Don’t use that frequently but they do work.

  143. Kay Brand Avatar
    Kay Brand

    I have one of these. Never knew how to use it. I will be giving it a try. I’m enjoying your tips so much. Thank You Lisa.

  144. Deborah Avatar

    I guess there’s always something new to learn. Thanks so much. I will give it a try!!

  145. Jodi D Avatar
    Jodi D

    Great tool, I’ve probably seen it, but didn’t know I need one!

  146. Cindy D Avatar
    Cindy D

    I have one of the Hera markers, but have never used it. Thanks for the tips on how to use it! I’ll have to give it a try.

  147. Kathy K Avatar
    Kathy K

    I have not seen this marking tool. Of course, now I need one. Looks like a gadget I could use. Thanks for sharing this. KK

  148. Elaine S. Avatar
    Elaine S.

    I have one and forget to use it. I’ll have to remember this next time. Thanks, Lisa.

  149. Kathleen LeMere Avatar

    I will need one of these. I am inspired to try a small quilt myself.


  150. KAREN Avatar

    I never heard of a HERA , I sure know now, I can,t wait to buy one1111

  151. Cheryl Keown Avatar
    Cheryl Keown

    Never heard of this. Thanks for all the useful information.

  152. sharon h Avatar
    sharon h

    This is the second time in about 6 weeks a Hera has been recommended! Thanks for the advice!

  153. Candee Avatar

    This is the 1st time I’ve heard of a Hera marker. Can’t wait to try it!

  154. Nancy Brandt Avatar
    Nancy Brandt

    I own a Hera market, but forget to use it. Never thought about marking a quilt. I’ll tuck that tip away!

  155. Kim Friesen Avatar
    Kim Friesen

    I love the marker. I don’t have to worry about removing marks after I am done quilting, or having marks that don’t come out and spoil the quilt.

    1. Kim Avatar

      What a great tool, this is something that I will really use as I have been doing alot of small quilts. Thanks for these great insights!

  156. Becky Avatar

    I’ve never used a Hera marker before, but it sounds like a handy tool. I’ll have to get one. Love the red and brown quilt, so cute!

  157. Diane Ranshaw Avatar
    Diane Ranshaw

    I am working on a quilt at the moment and I can’t wait to get this tool for marking. Thank you for bringing it to my attention!

  158. Swish Avatar

    Love all the tool ideas! I’m the gadget person in our sewing group. Didn’t know the Hera marker would work so well. Will have to try it.

  159. Lisa K Avatar
    Lisa K

    Thanks for these tips!

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  161. Cynthia Wood Avatar

    Wow, I too love spray sizing, but I haven’t been using it enough, and the trigger handle is genius, especially for those with a little finger arthritis. Thanks for the great idea.

  162. Carrie Avatar

    I am going to try this, I have read it here before, the spray attachment is a great finger saver too.

  163. suzanne riley Avatar

    Silly me, I have a Hera and never new what it was used for . I’ll be sure to try it. I always learn something new from your web site.

  164. Diana Avatar

    This is really cool. I’ve never understood what this tool does. I could have really used this on so many quilts. Thanks for explaining.

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