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Fabric Folding Pen


 
Fabric Folding Pen
   
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We are updating our website to provide a better shopping experience! If we no longer have the fabric you ordered we will notify you and find a replacement fabric that is in stock. You can also choose to have your order refunded; ONLY if it a fabric that is no longer available. 

Sew Déjà vu Return and Exchange policy 

Due to the selection offered at our store many items are not able to be exchanged or returned. For Items that qualify for refund or exchange it is asked you refund or exchange within 7 days of purchase. 

  •       Any fabric is NOT able to be Returned or Exchanged! 

-       Especially due to Covid-19 we are NOT refunding or exchanging fabrics.

  •       ALL sale items are not able to be refunded or exchanged. If an item has a flaw and it marked as “AS IS” this means it may have a flaw, but you are purchasing it knowing there may be a flaw.  
  •       Other Items and notions are able to be refunded, exchanged, or able for store credit. This is based on their condition and proof of receipt. 

-       BOOKS & PATTERNS because of copyright infringement we are not able to refund or exchange or store credit ANY books, patterns, or other copyrighted designs. 

o  It is also asked that you do not copy and redistribute patterns, books, or designs. 



What is it? - Sewing is all about construction. At its most elemental level whether your preference is fashion, heirloom, quilting, applique, home decor, or any combination, it is all the same. It's putting fabric together in some arrangement that results in our predetermined creative vision. But before we can apply even the very first stitch we have to make sure our fabric is cut, folded and pressed to very specific dimensions. The fabric must be manipulated into the shapes that will result in the conclusion of that vision. Sharp scissors and a rotary cutter will make the shapes. But what about the creases or folds? What's the best way to do that? Simple . . . Clover's Fabric Folding Pen. Think of a felt tip pen that is filled with what amounts to be a very unique fabric softener. Just remove the cap and with the felt tip trace either a straight or curved wet bead line on your fabric. The fluid from the pen causes the fabric fibers to relax at the point of application. Now you can fold along that specific line with ease and either finger press or iron to form a sharp, lasting edge. The pieces of your project can now be assembled easily and precisely and they will look great!