Miscellaneous & Hard to Find

Sticky Template Plastic
Make accurate, sturdy templates in 3 easy steps: peel, stick, cut!
$9.95
STP3
Yo-Yo Sisterhood of the Traveling Panties
Ami's Hand-Dyed Clothesline
One-of-a-kind hand dyed clothesline for making fabric bowls without the fabric. Lengths of about 100 feet. Prices vary.
DIRT CHEAP Plastic Template Material
The name says it all: inexpensive and oh, so useful!
$1.15
DrtCheap
SensMatic Automatic Refillable Pencils
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.)
$12.29
SensMatic Automatic Refillable Pencils Sensmatic
Ha Ha Made You Laugh Heating Pad Cover Insert
Cheer somebody up with this fabric panel parody on the warning labels for heating pads. You make the heating pad cover.
Click image or title for directions.
$5.00
HaHa
Wire Clips
Vinyl-coated wire clips for completing the Quilters' Portable Workstation, or just because. They're handy for so many things. Assorted colors.
$4.49
WireClips
Bodkin
Way better than a safety pin for feeding cording or elastic through casings.
$3.79
Bodkin
Jean-A-Ma-Jig
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!
$3.85
JeanJig
"Magic Needles" by John James
My name for self-threading needles. They're perfect for burying thread tails for machine appliqué and machine quilting.
$3.25
Magic-JohnJames
Basting Thread
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.
$5.15
BastingThread
Steam-A-Seam 2
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.
$4.80
Steam-A-Seam 2 SAS2