Where’s the seam ripper when you need it?

Sewing on the go is fun.

Always carry a seam ripper

Today’s experience, however, has taught me that it’s always a good idea to keep a seam ripper in your sewing kit! Ah well, at least there was the coffee to enjoy.

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5 thoughts on “Where’s the seam ripper when you need it?

  1. Sharon Mann says:

    LOL, Oh I know that, I’m never without my seam ripper.

  2. Ben Naga says:

    As someone who likes writing poetry I am always alert to metaphor. (Or at least that’s the theory. ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

  3. Maureen says:

    I know the feeling well – I have several seam rippers and all get used!

  4. I have 4 just in case I set it down… which I do all the time. One in my machine, one in my sewing basket and 2 laying around on my sewing table! Can’t be without my seam ripper!

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