Speed up your quilt basting using Kwik Clip, a machine quilters best friends.
- Kwik Klip will end: sore fingers, reduces basting time,
and ends bunching.
- Safety pins close effortlessly, preventing broken nails,
stuck fingers (blood on quilts) and the familiar painful indentations
in fingers caused by closing hundreds of safety pins.
Fastens Safety Pins
Mfg: Paula Jean Creations
10% Off: $
- Kwik Klip will end: sore fingers, reduces basting time, and
- Safety pins close effortlessly, preventing broken
nails, stuck fingers (blood on quilts) and the familiar painful indentations in
fingers caused by closing hundreds of safety pins.
- Quilting for children
is easier and safer with Kwik Klip, as their fingers are never near the safety
- Unique handle design helps those with arthritic hands
to baste without pain.
- Removes safety pins faster and easier.
Lay Kwik Klip's brass tip on material approximately 1/8" from
where the pin point will emerge. Use slight pressure to hold material down.
As pin point emerges, allow pin point to ride on and past brass
tip 1/8". To close, push pin closure down and click safety
pin together. Do not lift Kwik Klip from material to close pin.
Use reverse procedure to remove pins.
Pin Grip Cover
- Easy to handle
to see where pins are placed on quilts
- Can be left open
- Saves time
- No more sore fingers
- Comes in a
variety of bright colors
instructions for #Steel, #2 Steel, #0 Brass, #1 Curved Steel and #2 Curved Steel.
Press coil end with fingers, then snap in at middle slot. If pins come out
in use, crimp over one or two edges to "lock in" pin. Additionally,
#2 steel pins can be "locked in" by crimping over the very front slot.
- Installation instructions for #1 straight and curved brass
Press "coil end" in with fingers, then press coil
end with pliers. Next press in middle slot, then press in at front slot. Brass
pins are harder to insert and curved pins may need to be "locked in".
Sometimes brass pins will bend slightly near coil end due to different manufactures
wire sizes. If pins bend just lock them in.
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