One-of-a-kind hand dyed clothesline for making fabric bowls without the fabric. Lengths of about 100 feet. Prices vary.
This mechanical pencil is so smart it advances the lead automatically. Nothing to push, shake, or twist. It KNOWS. Refillable. Awesome! (Click image to see video.)
A new, safer compass made for kids but great for quilters. Draw circles up to 10" in diameter. (Click image to see video.)
Way better than a safety pin for feeding cording or elastic through casings.
Don't sew denim without a Jean-A-Ma-Jig! Slide this handy tool behind your presser foot to elevate the back "heel." Life is so much easier when you have the right tools!
My name for self-threading needles. They're perfect for burying thread tails for machine appliqué and machine quilting.
Old school, but I find it so much better than pin-basting. Breaks easily for easy removal after quilting. White so it won't rub off color on your quilt top.
Reposition-able fusible web to temporarily adhere to fabric (so you can re-position if needed) and and then fuse for a permanent bond. Great for machine appliqué.