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-Sew Very Smooth notions to make your sewing experience precise and smooth
-Ideal seam gauge- never guess again
-Simple drop your needle through one of the pre-drilled hole of your desired seam width then square ideal seam guide along the edge of the gauge

Seam Measurements include: 1/8, scant 1/4, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 1, 1 1/4, and 1 1/2

- Releases with the slightest upward pressure on beveled end! - Clean with multi-surface cleaner then rinse with warm water when 'Linty'! Let air dry! - Tested to Last for Hundreds, even a Thousand Placements! - Grandchild Tested! Withstood Sword Fight and Bath! - "Charley" Tested (Papillon dog)Hair Easily Washed Away! ... no animals where endangered during testing...

*No Clamps! *No Magnets! *No Suctions Cups! *No Sticky Residue!

*Rubber strip on the back Holds Your Seam Allowance in Place on Metal, Wood, Plastic, Acrylic and even FABRIC!

*Releases with the Gentle, Consistent Pressure...Just lift from Beveled End!

*Clean with WARM soapy water or a multi-surface cleaner & rinse with water when 'Linty'

*Tested to Last for Hundreds, perhaps even a Thousand Placements!

*Can be molded to fit over curved surfaces...just bend it, hold it & it holds its shape!

Specifications
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Seam Guide Instructions:

Remove the acetate covering the back side of the guide, (Label side goes up when sewing). Place the guide along side your Ideal Seam Gauge, press firmly onto the sewing surface. You are ready to Sew!

To take the guide up, gently lift on the beveled end until it releases. Recover the rubber strip with the acetate when not in use.

To clean the guide after it gets to linty, wash in the kitchen sink with Fantastic or a similar multi-surface cleaner and gently rub the lint away. Rinse with warm water then let it air dry and it is ready to use over again.