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Friday, December 6, 2013
The Real Studio Tour, Week 1
As part of the Real Studio Tour this week, the topic is our favorite non-traditional tool that isn't found at a quilt or art shop. That eliminates my drafting tables and the hemostat I use when I rip out seams.
For me, it's the tool I stole from the kitchen. It's the magnetic knife rack I use to store my scissors and my binding tool.
The magnetic rack is mounted on my big bulletin board that hangs behind my ironing table. The scissors are easily accessible, and protected from being jostled in a drawer. As you can see, I keep my hemostat (bent needle-nosed pliers) and my small clipping scissors stored there too.
Update: The scissors aren't engraved with my name. It's an old DYMO label.