|1) My DVD - Rebel Quilting - Thinking Outside the Block - where you will learn all about my favorite tools, how I work, and how to make this abstract art quilt and working with trim!|
|2) Quilting Arts Fall 2012 Issue, includes an article in the Toolbox about Havel's Scissors|
|A page out of Quilting Arts Fall 2012 issue, with my favorite Havel's scissors!|
|3) Havel's Scissors - click here to go to their website|
|Quilting Daily - click here to go to their website to learn more about the Give-Away! Vivika DeNegre will select 3 winners from the comments on their site on Wednesday, February 20th. Now go there and write your comment about what project you would make first with a pair of these amazing scissors!|
Jamie, so glad you're feeling so good and healing so fast!ReplyDelete
I've been fusing a lot lately and sometimes get a frayed edge...seems to happen most when I stitch to close to an edge. I'm wondering if you can recommend a small, sharp Havel scissor to use to trim that tiny fray. I haven't found any when I'm out and about that are sharp enough and small enough. I'd also like to use them for when I stitch too far away!
I would recommend Havel's 5-1/2" curved tip embroidery and sewing scissors and Havel's 4-3/4" Snip-Eze embroidery scissors. Both are excellent at snipping loose threads.Delete
and thank you for your kind words about my healing from surgery!
Thanks, Jamie. I had ordered some snips after reading one of your earlier posts but ordered the blunt edge ones. I love them but now I've ordered the 5 1/2 curved tipped embroidery scissors because they look like they have a finer, sharper tip and that's what I think I need.ReplyDelete
Thanks again for your suggestions.
P.S. would this be a good time to write about why you like Misty Fuse better than WonderUnder? :)
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