Welcome to the 8th edition of Tips and Tutorial on the 22 (#TTot22). I am enjoying learning so much from all the great bloggers who have linked up their hints. Last month we had 8 tips and tutorials; the summary is at the bottom of todays blog. You can always find past ones in the Tips/Tutorials tabs at the top menu or on my Pinterest board for the #TTot22.
Here are the ways I use my lint roller in my sewing studio.
Clean my Mat:
Our rotary cutting mats need to be cleaned. Some fabrics are more linty (is that a word?) than others. I use it as I notice things getting a bit grimy on the mat.
Clean Your Jelly Roll Edges
OK. This one has to be one of my favorites. Like many of you, I hate all the lint on the zig zag jelly rolls. I saw my lint roller one day and tried this and have never turned back. You can see it took quite a few go attempts to really minimize the lint.
Clean your cutting dies
The cutting dies are much like the rotary mat and get quite bit of fabric debris on them. I love using the roller to do the preliminary cleaning of most of the threads, but every once in awhile I do need tweezers for the pieces in the corners.
Clean your leaders on your long arm
My leaders get a lot of thread and junk on them. I like them clean and the lint roller is so easy for this.
Clean your quilt
I believe that quilts shed quite a bit during the whole process. Before I quilt I lay mine on a bed and collect the threads with my lint roller and after quilting I do the same.
Clean yourself (you knew that)
Well, we can still use them for what they were meant for. Mine hangs behind my door so I can do it as I am leaving the studio
Here are the great tips for last month, in case you didn’t get back to the linky party. My Blog posts with the original links and Pinterest are the other places you can catch up on any of the prior months.
Ten-Minute Table Runner! Table Runner
3 Ideas to Find the Perfect Color Palette
Making Blocks from Crumbs
Tips and Tricks for Fusible Applique
Reworking My Ironing Board
Binding on Spools
Facing A Quilt
And, here is the link to the linky party! Remember to come back and check what’s going on here during the rest of the month. Any tips or tutorials are welcome; including some favorites you would live people to see. The linky party is open until the end of the month.
Coming Up on the Blog:
QAL by the Sea #4 – 8/25
TGIFF – 8/28
2020 Monthly Color Block – September
QAL by the Sea #5 – 9/8
QAL by the Sea #6 – 9/15
Garden Party Hop Hop – 9/17
QAL by the Sea #7 – 9/22
Hello Fall Blog Hop – 9/21
QAL by the Sea #8 – 9/29
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