Impossible to do with out. Totally my favourites. Rotary cutter. Hera marker. Stitch ripper. I have had my rotary cutter for ages. It doesn't even have the newer ergonomic shape but it fits in my hand and feels right. I just discovered my Hera marker last year and I use it a lot for marking quilting lines or diagonals for half square triangles. It is so handy! And what can I say about the stitch ripper. Hmmm. It gets a lot of use if you know what I am saying. I would be growing a Pinocchio nose if I said it doesn't get used much!
What about you?? Any favourite quilting tools out there? Have a super evening!
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Couldn,t live without my cut rite bind up tool for bindings. I have a tute on my blog if you're interested.ReplyDelete
While not my favourite, my seam ripper certainly gets a good daily workout! I love the water soluble markers so much! Although I have a Hera marker as well. Your clematis are so pretty. They are barely above ground here!ReplyDelete
I have never seen a Hera marker....might have to check that out!ReplyDelete
My rotary cutter is just like yours--not ergonomically-correct or anything, and older than most of my kids. :o) Till death do us part....ReplyDelete
Same rotary cutter as you - indispensable! as well as the rulers!ReplyDelete
What is this Hera marker?! I've never seen one and am ever on the lookout for things to make quilting easier. I have the same rotary cutter, I have had it forever!ReplyDelete
Apparently you've thrown us all for a loop with this Hera Marker doodad. I'll definitely be checking it out the next time I visit the quilt shop or Joanns!ReplyDelete
Ya, me too....intrigued about that Hera marker thingie...ReplyDelete
Never heard of a Hera marker. How do you mark diagonals with it?? confused.....ReplyDelete