Clover Wonder Clips, Red, 50-Pack
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- These mini clips feature great holding capacity and have a multitude of uses
- Each clip opens wide to hold layers of fabric and the clip base is flat for easy feeding to the presser foot
- Perfect for making quilts, handbags and more
- Package contains 50 wonder clips
- Sewing must have
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These mini clips feature great holding capacity and have a multitude of uses. Each clip opens wide to hold layers of fabric and the clip base is flat for easy feeding to the presser foot. They make a great alternative to pins. Perfect for making quilts, handbags, and more. This package contains 50 wonder clips. Each clip measures 1 by 3/8-inch. Imported.
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Wonder clips hold your fabric together tightly. The clip opens wide and even has 1/4" and 1/2" guide lines marked to help you clip your desired seam width. The bottom of the clip is flat so they move smoothly on your sewing surface. Use them just like you would use pins when sewing seams.
Where they really shine, in my opinion, is when used with delicate fabrics that are easily marred by pins. I am using these while I'm sewing my daughter's wedding gown. It is silk charmeuse, which is very lightweight and the satiny surface is easily damaged. The slighted hint of a burr on even silk pins would mar the fabric. With these clips, I have not used a single pin in construction. The clips easily hold two layers of this very thin fabric together with zero shifting. The spring in the clip is strong enough that the clip bruises the fabric slightly so I am careful to clip only within the seam allowance however, the bruising disappears when I press after stitching.
I think these are a must for fabrics like chiffons and silks, leathers and suedes, vinyl, sequined or beaded fabric, etc., but I find that I use them for everything now! (Clover also makes these clips in a jumbo size, which is perfect for quilting.) If you sew, you will be happy to have these.
However, while the price was great I have to say that like some others have posted not all my clips are functional. Right out of the box I had 5 that had no tension at all with a few of those having the metal clip wobbling loosely. After using them only twice I am now down another 3 that will no longer hold tension. With 16% of the product already worthless it seems to me that I should expect several more to fail before too long and probably should not expect to have them all last more then a few years. That is a bit disheartening. I understand nothing last forever and anything using tension as a method of holding is bound to have some loosening over time, to have 15%+ fail within a day or two is not at all acceptable. Even with that though this is still a fairly good product that DOES make my time at the sewing machine much easier. I would rather slide a clip off rather than undoingsafety pins or sticking myself every few minutes with a straight pin.