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    Some Sharp and Pointy things!

    My daughter that lives in MI has recently taken up quilting. I had the brilliant idea to turn her a Seam Ripper. These things are just as addicting as pens, you just can't turn 1.

    A great project to use up those left over lengths of acrylics.
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    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    looks great mack, Ive made several , my wife gave them all out as gifts. I made the ones that the point hides back into the handle. One sided.
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    Nice looking rippers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allen levine View Post
    looks great mack, Ive made several , my wife gave them all out as gifts. I made the ones that the point hides back into the handle. One sided.
    Hi Allen; While these are doubles, they are able to be turned around to safely hide the business end!
    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    Yeah, just what my wife needs...another weapon to go along with the rib poking

    Those look awesome Mack!
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