Sunday, December 30, 2018

Guess The Gadget #2

Welcome to my second installment of Guess the Gadget. Check out the photo clue below. Ponder what you think the item is and how you would use it to improve your sewing experience. Leave a comment telling me your idea, whether you're certain or not. Either way, you have a chance of winning the item. International winners (outside the US) will need to pay their own shipping. Today's sponsor is Tooltron, so checking out their website may give you a better idea of what the mystery notion happens to be. Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter the contest.

30 comments:

  1. This tool is called a Fingerpress and is useful to make creases, markings, and for folding fabric in paper piecing.

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  2. A multi-function finger presser! I think it could be super helpful with my tiny piecing. I usually finger press but when seams pile up, I could use some help.

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  3. This is a Finger Press! It will sure help with applique & saving my fingers! Thank you, Susan

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  4. I thought it was a hera marker but since I have read the other comments I see that it is more than that. It sounds like a great tool and I would love to have one.
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  5. A finger press. Looks like a tool that I need to have.

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  6. It strikes me as a hera marker...which is my all time favorite tool ever! This one looks intriguing and could be an all around multi functional tool to boot!

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  7. It is a multi function tool for finger pressing, creasing with the rounded sharp part, and could also be used as a stiletto. I want one.

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  8. It says it is a finger presser and looks like my hera marker. I would use it to make lines on the fabric for handquilting (I find that I can't see the lines as well when machine quilting.)

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  9. I cheated and found it on Tooltron....it's a finger presser. Kinda of a neat gadget. Before looking on line, I thought it looked like a gardening or tent stake...LOL!

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  10. It is a finger presser and it’s great for foundation paper piecing especially.

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  11. I follow you by email.

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  12. I knew it was a finger presser when I first looked at the picture. However, when I visited Tooltron's website, I learned it does a lot more. I would use this tool as a finger presser when foundation paper piecing; use the round edge to make a crease in fabric at the fold lines for hems; use the pointy end when I have to turn a project inside out and push out the corners and seams before ironing. I love tools that have more than one function.

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  13. Just as I thought, it is a presser on one end and the pointed end is for poking out corners. Nifty gadget!

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  14. A finger presser. You use it instead of an iron to press seams open or crease fabric. The pointed end to turn fabric inside out.

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  15. Finger Press. I could use this every sewing session.

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  16. I follow with email and bloglovin.

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  17. This Fingerpresser would be good for my paper piecing projects. thanks for the giveaway.

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  18. Finger presser. I'd use it for hand quilting.

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  19. Following on bloglovinbland email

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  20. It’s a finger presser.

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