There are so many sewing tools to choose from. Here are my favorite picks and the ones I use all the time.
A while back, I shared five of my favorite sewing tools and supplies — and today I’m sharing another five! Hope you are finding some new products that will help make your sewing and quilting easier and better!
If you make anything that requires turning a tube of fabric right-side out (like straps, for instance), you will definitely want a Dritz Quick Turn tool.
I used to have a regular rotary cutter, one where I had to manually slide the blade cover to shut it. While I never sliced my hand open, it was only a matter of time.
Mary Ellen’s Best Press is by far my favorite starch. And it’s not really starch. It’s like unicorn tears. It gets fabric really crisp without leaving any flaky residue.
Back at the Sewing Summit, we found the world’s most amazing pair of little scissors in our swag bags.
My seams are usually 1/4″ when I’m quilting, but I often need a different seam allowance when sewing other things.
Now that I’ve shared all ten, tell me — what are your go-to sewing tools?