Bonnie: My favorite way to use them is raw edge. They look so fuzzy and soft when they are washed and are especially great for baby quilts. I love using the pack with all the different pieces from the line for a scrappy look.
Camille: I’ve worked on English paper piecing in the past and these were just so, so much easier! I love the plastic template that comes in each pack. It is almost like a little ruler and I used it to easily cut some additional hexagons. Now that I think about it, I’ll probably cut some hexagons from our previous lines to mix in a quilt, too!
Camille: I made my Juggle quilt out of my Happy-Go-Lucky Honeycomb pack and was surprised at how quickly and easily it came together.
Thimble Pads—I love them for hand quilting and binding. I have never been able to get used to a thimble, so when I discovered Thimble Pads, I loved them immediately!
Sewline Fabric Pencils—They have such a nice fine line and having different colors of lead makes it easy to mark on any fabric.
Polka Dot Petit Scissors—I always have a couple near my sewing machine, a pair in each of my project bags, and a pair by the ironing board. They are so great for clipping threads and besides, they are so darn cute!
Camille: This is a tough call. I have lots of favorite sewing tools, but I’d have to say these are my top three at this moment:
Clover Wonder Clips—I love these little things! They are just so handy! I keep them in a little binding bag that I always have on hand.
Little House pins—My sweet friend Carrie sent these to me a few years ago and I haven’t used my old yellow pins since. They are super sharp, great for piecing, and really smooth. I can’t live without them anymore (darn it, Carrie!)