Friday, April 6, 2018

Helpful Tools - Clover Clips

Clover Wonder Clips
March 2018
The Wonder Clips are handy little gadgets. I used them recently to keep the layers of cashmere from slipping as I sewed. The clips stayed in place and didn't snag the delicate fiber.

I also use the clips when I work on quilt bindings, as well as clipping notes to cut pieces of fabric. I love these helpful tools.

Disclaimer: I did not receive any compensation for this post: I am merely a satisfied customer.


11 comments:

  1. Those clips do look Wonderful!! So much easier than pins.

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  2. I LOVE those clips too! They are the best for finishing weaving when pins just don't work.

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  3. I have never seen those clips at Michael’s or JoAnn’s. I’ll have to look again. They do look very handy.
    Blessings, Betsy

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  4. I love these clips too and use them on binding and to hold small groups of block pieces together when cutting. I also just bought some cute small wooden clothespins with "quilty" art on them.

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  5. I must be hungry. I m thinking chip clips!!! Im so glad you are happy with this product. It is always good to see products that work well

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  6. I had never seen these before until the friend who was helping me with mattress stitch had them. I immediately went home and ordered some from WEBS.

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  7. Thanks for the ideas on how to use these; I was given some and so far it's my youngest GD who has"used" them as she had great fun clipping and reclipping them to my knitting bag.

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  8. I haven't yet purchased any Clover Clips and generally just pin my quilt bindings down. BUt they certainly seem a good idea, perhaps I'll get some one day.

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  9. Yes, I bought them last year and wonder how I did without them!

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  10. I love those clips too, never thought to use them to clip notes to the fabric I label.

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  11. I have been gifted all of my red clips (and other colors too! I scatter them in the travel boxes I keep for each of my sewing machines. I'm using them for counting the string blocks I'm currently working on. And, my daughter got me some of the large ones that I also put to good use. Very useful.

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