Top 3 must have Stitch-a-ma-jigs in your Sewing Office! – Special Offer

This is a question that I get asked all the time. And it is a little like asking with of your kids do you like the best?

I thought about this one for a few days, and took a real note of what I have been using the most throughout the week, and I have to say that my most valuable tool in my sewing office would have to be my Squissors.

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The squissors are small squeeze scissors, with an incredibly fine curved tip, that make my embroidery life easy!

I use these Squissors for general embroidery trimming, when I am attempting to trim any jump stitches, however they are also so amazingly sharp, that I can use them for trimming away excess applique fabric as I create applique designs.

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Probably the best feature of these squissors would have to be the curved tip, which allows you to easily get under the thread/fabric. I have spent years trying out different scissors, and strongly recommend using curved tip over the flat tip ones.

My second favourite Sititch-a-ma-jig would have to the the Stabiliser Cutter. The stabiliser cutter is a covered incredibly sharp blade, that slices through your stabiliser like butter, removing the need for you to use your scissors.  The reason this is important is because stabiliser is a paper based product, and will dull your scissors over time (think of how mad we get when the family use our fabric scissors for paper).

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I have a stabiliser cutter next to my stabiliser stash, so that it is always ready to use, and I am never tempted to reach for the scissors.

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I love the idea that the blade is fully covered, and it is totally impossible to cut yourself with the blade of this tool.

My third most loved Stitch-a-ma-jig would have to be the pre-wound bobbins. I began using pre-wound bobbins approximately 9 years ago, when I wore out the motor on my first embroidery machine.  When I took it to the mechanic, he told me that is was more than likely due to winding multiple (and by multiple I mean I was winding 50 or so at a time) bobbins at once, putting a lot of pressure on the motor.

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I went home and did some research, and immediately began trialling pre-wound bobbins. After a lot of different attempts, I found the type that worked best for my machine, and throughout the years, as I have purchased different machines, I have found the correct size for that machine, and have continued on with pre-wounds with very little difficulty.

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One of the best benefits of pre-wound’s (besides the convenience), is that they are tightly wound, and hold so much more thread than you can hold in a normal bobbin. This means that there is actually less time spent changing over the bobbins in the machine.

As a special offer for this week, we are offering a 15% discount on these 3 tools. Simply type the code TOPTOOLS into the discount code section at checkout to get a great deal on these amazing Stitch-a-ma-jigs.

Until next time, have a Stitchin’ Day. Julie.

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