Chain-Piece Thread Cutting Gizmo - How Cool! Always wished I had something like this. This is the extra hand you need to help separate chain-pieced units when quilting. Really speeds up the process! To safely cut the threads between the chain-pieced units, simply hold the fabric pieces with both hands and slip the thread into the slot on the top of the Chain-Piece Cutting Gizmo. The embedded razor blade cuts the thread quickly, easily and safely. The non-slip bottom ensures that it will stay in place when in use. Five replacement blades and the magnetic screwdriver needed for blade changes are stored in the Gizmo.
Free, delightful Cross Stitch Patterns from designer, Susan Ache
Click here for a free pattern of her latest design:
Seaside Blues - It's beautiful.
For the patterns below, go to Auribuzz.com and search for "ACHE".
On a personal note:
I have Multiple Sclerosis, and after tons of research, I found a remarkable protocol developed 20+ years ago in Brazil by Dr. Cicero Coimbra. (much less expensive than my co-pays would have been for the prescribed drugs) He's a brilliant, humble Neurologist/Scientist. He teaches other doctors for free how to administer the protocol and monitor patients for auto-immune diseases. (there are 100's of auto-immune diseases) He makes no money from the doctors or patients using the protocol worldwide. He only wants to help mankind. I've been on the protocol for 2+ years with great results. I tell people it is the best decision I ever made. Now my Brain MRIs show no new or active lesions. My newer symptoms are gone. I feel compelled to shout to the world about the Coimbra protocol because it has helped me and so many thousands of people get our lives back. To learn more, there is a site: "Coimbraprotocol.com" that talks about the protocol. You can also join the facebook group "Coimbra Protocol North America". It has over 13,000 members. You'll find lots of information, testimonials, and help from a truly wonderful, supportive bunch of people.
OK, that's my first and probably last public service announcement!.