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Turn-it-All ~ the Original 'Bow Whip' for Bias Strips

Turn-it-All  ~   the Original 'Bow Whip' for Bias Strips
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Turn Fabric Tubes Inside-Out

A Quicker Way to Turn Fabric Tubes Inside-Out, for spaghetti straps, scrunchies, quilting decorations, doll parts, celtic bias and much more. Four easy steps; Just place the appropriate tube all the way inside the sewn item. With the corresponding rod, push the fabric into the tube until it protrudes out the opposite end of the tube. Grasp the protruded end of fabric through the tube leaving the rod inside.Then use the rod to square up corners of material, if needed, then remove the rod.The enclosed three sizes of Turn-It-All tools make it possible to quickly turn any size or length of material. Endorsed by Elianor Peace Bailey, internationally known dollmaker & teacher.
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