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Thursday, March 22, 2012
What tools do you use, that definitely are not quilty?
By Annemart Berendse
Do you know that feeling? That you're walking through a hardware store or a toy shop and see something that's just great for quilting? I have it all the time! It may be something stupid, it may be something handy, but you know, when it's handy, it's mine!
For instance, I have a simple door viewer in my quilt room. The size of the room does not grant the name quilt studio.;-) And the door viewer is not in the door, it´s among my quilt notions. Many people do not understand why I would have a door-viewer. Well, actually, it's simple. I use it to check contrast in quilts. As my room is not very big, and I can´t take distance from a design, I use this.
Another option to do the same is using binoculars the other way round. Or have a huge quilt studio!
What do you use that is definitely not meant for quilting?
Have fun quilting!
Shared by Annemart Berendse