Clover created the large size Wonder Clips a a quick-and-easy way to apply binding on quilts, holding without shifting the areas you couldn't slide a pin through, or holding fabrics you didn't want to pin. They are also good for clipping stacks of fabric, or pinching your snack bag closed so you can get back to your project. Stitchers found them and began using the Wonder Clips to hold canvas edges, or to hold part of a large canvas that is rolled up while not in use. Knitters and crocheters also saw the value of "clipping" rather than losing pins int their work, and started using the Wonder Clips too.
The new Mini Wonder Clips are a smaller version, ideal for smaller projects. There's a magnet on each clip, which can hold many metal objects often used in sewing/stitching. Clip one to your lapel and let your needle rest there for a moment, for instance (better than sticking it the arm of your couch or chair). Take a look at the video of Carol from Clover showing her creative uses of the Mini Wonder Clips.
Kreinik distributes many Clover items, including the large and mini Wonder Clips. For more information, visit http://www.kreinik.com/shops/Wonder-Clips/
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