Wednesday, April 12, 2017

I HAVE BEEN REVOLUTIONIZED!!!!!


This is almost as good as sliced bread.


My daugher in law sent me these clips which were given to her to give to me by her sister.

Get that?

Anyways...nothing like making a short story long.





                                                                  Have you seen these clips?
                 I saw someone using them on their blog but can't tell you which one, sorry, or I would                                                                          give you a shout out.


                                                                See how small they are!
I used them to put a border on a quilt and I tell you, I like them so much more than pins if I use them.

My only problem is finding a container to put them in.  They were sent to me in a ziplock baggie or I would be able to give you names etc.....sorry....all I can say is I like them.

15 comments:

  1. I use these all the time and mine came in a very neat plastic container but I only take out 2 at a time. I really don't need to clip more than two clips away from where my needle and thread is going. Enjoy!

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  2. There might be other brands available now, but the first ones that were available are made by Clover and called Wonder Clips. I love mine! I use them all the time for binding and bag making. They are so much easier to use for bag making than pins. They are easier to attach to thick layers often used for bags and don't poke you.

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  3. They are amazing clips. You will find a million uses for them. I'm not sure how many you have, but maybe one of those Altoid mint tins would work for holding them.

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  4. I absolutely LOVE Wonderclips. Great for binding and all sorts of things. There are some copycats, but I can honestly say the original WonderClips are more durable and overall, much better.

    QuiltShopGal
    www.quiltshopgal.com

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  5. Wonder Clips by Clover! They are great for attaching quilt binding and for using on fabrics that pins would mark. Looks like you need to sew a cute fabric basket for them today!

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  6. They are called Wonder clips, I won mine in a giveaway, I love them too! The big ones were on clearance at Walmart and I picked them up also.

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  7. They are the best! I use them all the time!

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  8. Yay! I won some in a give away a few years ago, then passed them on, so I've never used them.

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  9. Love using them too! Always find new uses!

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  10. Hi Barb yes i use these all the time to hold my binding down,they are so easy to use.

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  11. The ones I have are Clover Wonder Clips and I use them for all sorts of sewing things instead of pins. (sometimes I have to use a pin ---but if I can use I clip I do.) I also keep a couple on my loom for various things. They are one of my "I don't want to live without that" tools.

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  12. Pretty handy and useful little gems. I found the cutest, coolest, little tiny wooden box at Hobby Lobby that I keep mine in.

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  13. I received those tiny quilts as a Christmas present, and I love them!!!

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  14. I love using them , took me a while to remind myself I had these so now I have them stored in a small mason jar and I see it beside me when binding a quilt .

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