These are my reviews of some of my favourite Prym sewing tools and accessories from JaycottsI wanted to share with you some of the tools I use when sewing to make life easier. I love gadgets of any kind don't you? These are some of the tools I use from the Prym range and I do recommend them. They are all thoughtfully designed to be easy to hold, easy to use and won't break the bank.
I have started to use this amazing product recently, it is the Aqua Glue Marker from my favourite brand of sewing tools PRYM sold by Jaycotts
This is one of those of those products that you wonder how you managed without it. It is very inexpensive too and refills are available
To purchase the Glue pen and refill go to this link PRYMM Aqua Glue Marker
All in all this is a great product and I recommend having one in your sewing box, you will certainly find lots more uses for it
It is non-toxic so safe for children's crafting and being refillable will last for years.
|Prym Aqua Glue Marker|
|Great for crafts|
I also used it to temporarily hold a hem up whilst I checked that the length was even, and I have used it instead of pins to hold the seams together on vinyl fabric which I wanted to sew but which I did not want pin holes in.
|Dries clear and any residue washes out|
Prym fixing weights
|A pack of four Prym mini Fixing weights|
There are so many uses for these sturdy little weights but I am sure you will find more.
I used them to place my pattern onto some Faux leather I was sewing to avoid marking the fabric with pins and it worked very successfully.
|Great for holding down multiple layers of fabric or used instead of line when cutting a pattern out.|
For those of you who do patchwork and quilting and have lots of fiddly shapes to cut out all at once, then these weights are perfect. They are heavy enough to hold several layers of fabric down whilst you use a rotary cutter. They make the task of cutting multiple layers at once so simple
The fabric they are made from is textured so that they grip the fabric or the paper pattern without it slipping. They do not damage or mark your pattern in any way . I think that they are great, they have so many uses! they are available on this link Mini weights
Prym Fray Check
|Prym Fray Check|
|Fray Check applied to the edge of the seam|
Prym Universal Tool for Covered Buttons
|Tool for covered buttons|
|Preparing the button|
|Making the button|
Prym magnetic pin cushion and Prym Magnet
|Magnetic pin cushion and magnet|
|A small selection of Prym pins|
Prym point turner
|Prym point turner|
Every sewing box needs a point turner. Prym point turner they are used to push corners out in pockets and collars and for smoothing out seams from the inside.
|Making sharp corners on a pocket|
Prym Seam Ripper
|Medium seam ripper|
|Opening a seam|
Prym Thread scissors
But guess what? They really do work exceptionally well.
What do I use them for? Threading my overlocker and sewing machines, picking up loose strands of thread on my embroidery and just about everything else. They even have a hanging loop. Do try them, you will be pleasantly surprised. Prym Reverse Action Tweezers
Prym Turning Set
It comes in a set of three different sizes so you will always have the right size handy
Each set comes in two parts.The tube goes into your stitched rouleau then you push down with the thin part and with no fuss your strap or belt is instantly turned the right way out honestly it's amazing! It has got to be the easiest way ever!
I cannot enthuse about this product enough. It really makes you want to make thin rouleau straps!