|Mathea and I (in front of our respective quilts) at Auckland Festival of Quilts|
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Karen Kay Buckley scissors. I have two pairs of the blue handled 6" ones for appliqué and Mathea has a favourite pair of red handled curved blades snips. They have micro serrations, sharp slim points and soft flexible handles - brilliant!
|picture borrowed from Karen Kay Buckley www.karenkaybuckley.com/|
|photo borrowed from Quilters Touch website www.quilterstouch.com|
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We both like Clover self-threading needles for burying threads into our quilt tops. But we do recommend you use the correct size for the thread you are burying or they can shred your thread.
|photo from www.clover-usa.com|
Mathea recommends Superior Threads for pre-wound bobbins and lots of information about thread and needles etc.
I recommend Sewline ceramic marking pens for marking my quilt tops before quilting. The mark goes on, stays on while you need it and then comes off when you want it to! They have different coloured leads for different coloured fabrics and I tend to just use the white and the green.
|photo from www.sewline.com.au|
And we both recommend a sharp rotary cutting blade - go on, try changing your blade and enjoy the sensation!
Mathea's best contact, if you are interested in contracting her for long-arm services, is either her Facebook page or her email: email@example.com
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