Dritz Loop Turner

April 3, 2016 - Comment

This Loop Turners makes turning fabric tubing a breeze. Latch-hook end catches fabric to pull it through bias tubing. Made of wire, hooked end grabs and hangs on to fabric as you pull. Product Features Turn spaghetti straps, button loops, frog closures, string belts and much more Latch-hook end catches fabric to pull it through

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This Loop Turners makes turning fabric tubing a breeze. Latch-hook end catches fabric to pull it through bias tubing. Made of wire, hooked end grabs and hangs on to fabric as you pull.

Product Features

  • Turn spaghetti straps, button loops, frog closures, string belts and much more
  • Latch-hook end catches fabric to pull it through bias tubing
  • Made of wire, hooked end grabs and hangs on to fabric as you pull

Comments

Techyy555 says:

uncommon use for a common item 0

coffeebreak says:

Works pretty good! For the past 35 years I have used the scissors, pencil..whatever..to turn straps inside out. I splurged on this as I saw it on a tv craft show. It is okay. Think metal, be careful not to bend it. My only real problem was to be very careful when you clip the little end catching clip to the fabric. If your end is open, no real problem, but I had mine sewn closed as the strip was long, so I left an opening in the middle for easier turning. Carefullly clip that little clip to the fabric and start pulling through. My next little problem was getting it started without that little clip unclipping from the fabric! Put your ring finger in the loop of the tool to keep it steady in there, and then you just have to wiggle and twist to get it going. But once going…it does pretty good. Again, you always have to make sure that clip doesn’t come unclipped as you pull through, but keeping the loop of the tool in your ring finger..really is a big help. I do have to say it is better than the…

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