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Tiger Tape 1-4 inch guide for evenly spaced stitches – 12 lines per inch

Added on July 8, 2018 inTigers Arts & Crafts
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Amazon.com price at 21/02/2020 2:13 PM GMT+1000 -Details

For purrrr-fect stitches ever time! Stitch down a line and up a line using the lines as a guide. 1/4″ x 30 yards. Marked 12 lines per inch. Product Features Guides for evenly spaced stitches Great for buttonholes stitch, straight line quilting, and big stitch ‘Utility’ quilting. No need to draw a line when the

For purrrr-fect stitches ever time! Stitch down a line and up a line using the lines as a guide. 1/4″ x 30 yards. Marked 12 lines per inch.

Product Features

  • Guides for evenly spaced stitches
  • Great for buttonholes stitch, straight line quilting, and big stitch ‘Utility’ quilting.
  • No need to draw a line when the tiger is around.
  • Tape can be used multiple times.
  • Simply follow the lines.

Comments

sylvia v. hewitt says:

Perfect guide for insuring evenly spaced stitches Perfect guide for insuring evenly spaced stitches….just figure out the width you want and count off the lines.Good stuff and holds in place without leaving mark on fabric.

jes1776 says:

won’t stay on the quilt This tape is a great idea, but it just doesn’t adhere to the quilt top to make it effective. I know the manufacturer doesn’t want it to be too sticky or it will dirty your quilt top, but for me, I just can’t get it to stay in place long enough to work. If you do hoopless hand quilting or use a looser tension in your quilt hoop, then the tape moves all around as your needle moves, making the tape pointless to use. I am very disappointed.

Claude Corry says:

Hi Jes1776 try putting it on both sides of the quilt. Just an idea that may work better. Let me know how it goes on my Facebook page called Amazons Top T Shirts maybe we can get you a refund or some better tape. Sorry your dissapointed but I dont actually make the tape I just sell it. Thanks for your feedback thou I will tell Amazon about its un-effectiveness.

bunny mama says:

I like the idea of the lines to gauge your stitches I like the idea of the lines to gauge your stitches… but it would be better if it actually sticks to regular 100% cotton fabric.So, Now I find that I am battling with it to stay in place. hmmm….

Claude Corry says:

Hey Bunny Mama Try attaching the tape on bith sides see how that goes.

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