A 6" long sewing gauge with a sliding marker that will stay in place for repeated marking. Uses include measuring and marking hems; marking seam allowances; marking buttonhole spacing and length; even placement of tucks and pleats; and drawing scallops and circles.
I started using this tool in the 8th grade during home ec (as it was called then). It is probably the only reason I passed. Perfect for marking the seam allowance or hems . Now I use it to double check my 1/4" seam for quilting, to stop at the 1/4" mark when binding, and to add an allowance for applique, etc. rather than just guessing. Inexpensive little gadget that is always either in my quilt drawer or in the packet of tools I take along when going to a class or friendship group. In fact, it is always goood to have 2 around.
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