I was reading through my emails and came upon a blog telling about this product. It's a scrap booker's tool for making holes for embroidery on paper. I just thought it would be cool to adapt this for CQ seam patterns. It's a rotary tool with changeable heads that roll on a scallop or zig zag, etc. Could make marking seams easy and fun. You could pierce velum and then pounce it onto your seams. I wonder if you could use it with dressmakers carbon and roll light enough to not pierce the paper? Anyways, it looked like a tool that could have some crossover use.
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That's really cool. I could see using it as a crossover too.
Yes, I can see great cross over potential with this tool. I love scrapbooking tools and try to find ways to incorporate in my CQ.
Thanks Linny for the link.
From Western New York
I was just thinking about you, Darlene. How's it going.
By the way, I found this tool on Hobby Lobby. The starter pack is usually 29.95, but with their 40% off 1 regular price item it's $17 something. I almost ordered it, but need to watch my cash flow this month.
So cool. I'll have to look and see if they have one at the store the next time I go. Which will be this weekend, with all the kids projects due for state me and this store are becoming good friends. Thanks for the tip.