In my quest to work on the quilts for West, Texas I ran into a little problem.
You can’t see in the photo very well but I had a little bobbin problem that I didn’t notice until the quilt was off the quilting frame. I started in on ripping out but my seam ripper broke. Our daughter Kalissa was going to town so reluctantly I told her to pick two up so I would have one upstairs and one downstairs. The only request I had was that the ripper have a fine end on it. Some rippers are pretty chunky and hard to get under the stitches.
She came home with these…I LOVE them. The label on the outside of the package said that they can erase stitches. If you have ripped anything out and then sewn it back together you know that often times little slivery threads are left over in the seam. Well this seam ripper has an “eraser” (rubber) end. If you run if over the threads, it pulls them out of the newly sewn seam. It really does work!
If you are interested, here is an Amazon link for one. Quilting: Seam Fix Seam Ripper If I am going to have to rip something out, I sure am glad I at least have a seam ripper I like.