Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Guess the Gadget #4

It's Day 4 of Guess the Gadget. In case you've missed the previous gadgets to guess, click through to the previous posts for your chance to win. Here's how it all works:
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.


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32 comments:

  1. It is a magnetic pin holder that suction cups to the side of a computerized sewing machine.

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  2. maybe a hanger i can stick to the wall next to my machine to hold my small notions on a rope?

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  3. This tool is a magnetic scissor or pin holder. It attaches to your sewing machine by suction cup.

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  4. A template ruler holder! This item helps to keep cutting rulers/templates from slipping when cutting out fabric! Thank you, Susan

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  5. Tooltron has several suction cup tools. Two hold scissors and pins and attach to machines with magnets. Another attaches to acrylic rulers for cutting.

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  6. I follow you on bloglovin

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  7. It is a scissor holder for your machine. The suction side sticks to your machine and holds via magnet scissors (or whatever else you want to “stick”) within handy reach!

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    1. It would be great for me because I am constantly losing things on my sewing table!

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  8. Suction cup. Perhaps it sucks onto my machine and could hold pins? Or may it has a hook for scissors? Perhaps it has a cup that holds candy...that would be ideal! LOL

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  9. Looks to me like it's a suction cup to apply to quilting rulers. Once it's applied, there's a knob to hold it in place or lift and maneuver around. Very handy gadget!

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  10. It's a template ruler holder! I need one.

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  11. I think this is a suction cup you would put on a ruler so that you could hold the ruler while you cut without getting fingers in the way of the cutter.

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  12. A template ruler holder. Good idea. Their website has such nifty things.

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  13. I follow via bloglovin.

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  14. Looks like Scissor Spot for holding scissors or pins on machine.

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  15. I follow your blog by email.

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  16. Something that attaches to your ruler. Suction cup on one end and a knob-like thing on the other - for better grip on your rulers.

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  17. Suction cup...good to hold acrylic templates for cutting...gives you a handle!

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  18. Template Ruler Holder. I see it would be helpful to lift the ruler after cutting.

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  19. I'm following with email and bloglovin.

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  20. Its a needle magnet that you can suction onto your sewign machine, BTW....it's very handy for burying threads while quilting to hold your non threading needles.

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  21. I'm a constant follower via email and bloglovin

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  22. A suction cup for something on the sewing machine?...I searched all over their website and couldn't find this product!!

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  23. I follow via bloglovin.

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  24. It’s a holder for rulers! This would be nice to have.

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  25. suction cup magnetic disk to hold needles, pins, scissors; also useful to use as a small post to hang something from

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  26. What a good idea! A template ruler holder (cuction cup with a handy knob!) to make picking up and moving a template so much easier/simpler!
    (Some pretty interesting gadgets at Tooltron... love tools! Thank you for the introduction!)
    Pat T.

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  27. I’m following you on IG and by blog email!
    Pat T.

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