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Alex Anderson's 4-in-1 Essential Sewing Tool
Item # 145089
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This gorgeous tool, made of real maple wood, combines 4 tools that every quilter needs -- seam ripper, stiletto, presser and turner. Better make sure you have one for your sewing room and one for your travel sewing kit! Tool measures 8 1/8" x 5/8".


Overall rating:
4 out of 5
(8 reviews)

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Alex Anderson's 4-in-1 Essential Sewing Tool

August 31, 2020

I was apprehensive after reading other reviews but I tried it anyway. My tool works great and stays together. I love this handy tool. It’s great for turning tubes and corners and is nice having all my gadgets in one place. Glad I purchased it!

Alex Anderson's 4-in-1 Essential Sewing Tool

August 17, 2020

I like this tool! With my multi-technique artworks, i am envisioning using several of the tools on here in just one project. Contrary to other users, my wooden caps stay on tightly, the tools are securely in place within. This was a Good idea! Glad I bought mine.

Alex Anderson's 4-in-1 Essential Sewing Tool

May 30, 2020

Tool arrived with the end cap to the stiletto falling off. Too dangerous to use if I have to navigate my palm from getting stuck with the stiletto. Very poor workmanship.

Alex Anderson's 4-in-1 Essential Sewing Tool

May 22, 2020

Basically the tool is fine. I do like having the two in one but the wooden caps don't stay on. I even bought a second one hoping that would work but the caps kept falling off. I'll not get another one that's for sure. Too expensive for the aggravation it gives me. Frankly, I expected better.

Alex Anderson's 4-in-1 Essential Sewing Tool

January 2, 2020

I can't believe I've been sewing over 60 years (did I just say that: 60???) without this tool! Everything is in one tool. I've always used scissors tips to use for corners...often creating a hole in the material, if I wasn't careful. It's much nicer...and safer...to use the wooden tip. Plus, the seam ripper is handy, and I can keep my fingers away from the hot iron for those tiny folds.

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