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Click to Read MoreThe ubiquitous lint roller. Like most people, I keep one in my closet to remove lint and pet fur from clothing, and one in the laundry room for those times I forget to take that Kleenex out of my pocket. Now, I’ve discovered the lint roller’s sticky magic works wonders in my sewing area.

Click to Read MoreThe ubiquitous lint roller. Like most people, I keep one in my closet to remove lint and pet fur from clothing, and one in the laundry room for those times I forget to take that Kleenex out of my pocket. Now, I’ve discovered the lint roller’s sticky magic works wonders in my sewing area.


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  • Seam ripping leaves hundreds of tiny bits of thread that really cling to the fabric. Run the lint roller over the ripped seam a couple times and, presto, they’re gone.
  • Drop your pins? Use your lint roller to pick them up quickly. You’re less likely to stick your finger or find them with your foot.
  • When you don’t have time to vacuum, use your lint roller to pick up threads off your sewing table and the floor around where you sew.
  • After finishing a project, go over it with your lint roller to give it a clean finished look. It picks up all the lint and loose threads that accumulate.
  • Then, roller yourself off so you don’t bring sewing area lint and threads into other rooms.

 

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