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Classic Crystal Point Turner

Classic Crystal Point Turner
US$ 10.50 / each
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Size - 7" Long

Classic Crystal Point Turner is made from very durable cast acrylic. Use it to turn corners on collars, pockets, pillow cases and points and curved seams in stuffed animals and dolls. It is less likely to poke through fabrics of all types as compared to knitting needles, scissors or chop sticks. Clear Crystal will fit nicely in your hand and it will not roll away from your work area. It can be used as a stylus on sewing machine touch screens, or as a stiletto to steady fabric or move fabric through the sewing machine while sewing, thus keeping your fingers away from moving parts of the sewing machine. Silver Cord hangs nicely and is readily available for use. 'Classic Crystal Point Turner' by Lee, 7" long.

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