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My most used sewing tool is now in my kitchen (Tip/Technique)
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Posted on: 5/8/09 3:39 PM
After leaving my seam ripper on the kitchen counter one day, I discovered that it works really well to open anything that is sealed with those darn plastic wrappers that you can't get your nails under. I also have used it to tear open sealed bags (such as a cake mix) so that the contents don't fly everywhere when you tear them open.
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knitmachinequeen said...
That is a good idea. I never use my seam ripper while sewing as I'd rather use sharp pointed end scissors. Now I can toss the seam ripper in the kitchen drawer and put it to use. Thanks!
5/8/09 6:54 PM
Sewnsewmom said...
Great idea! Thanks.
5/9/09 0:05 AM
Rebecca Szetela said...
I love this review. Multiple purposes for a handy tool! Thanks for sharing your tip.
5/9/09 6:52 AM
sewknitful said...
What a good idea!
5/9/09 12:07 PM
regine said...
An excellent tip, thanks
5/10/09 0:06 AM
regine said...
An excellent tip, thanks
5/10/09 0:06 AM
CrazyMary said...
I am trying this!!
5/14/09 8:22 AM
ryansmumAria said...
thanks!!! What a fabulous idea. It never occurred to me. I just love this.
6/3/10 9:42 AM
Mufffet said...
WOW...I am going to take one to work. That is great!
6/14/10 5:39 PM

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