Clover Hot Hemmer-6-inch x 5-inch, Nylon, Original Version, Each

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Clover Hot Hemmer-6-inch x 5-inch, Nylon, Original Version, Each

Clover Hot Hemmer-6-inch x 5-inch, Nylon, Original Version, Each

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It worked equally well for the larger hem and heavier fabric shown below as well as for the very narrow hem in lightweight fabric shown above. A standard ½” hem is created in exactly the same manner, but starts with two ½” folds rather than the ¼” folds shown above.

The diagonal line across the Hot Hemmer helps you sew mitered corners with ease. Start by pressing your hem on either side of the corner using the Hot Hemmer to get it to the exact depth you want. Following the steps above for getting an accurate straight hem. Wrap the raw edge of the fabric over the hemmer, aligning the raw edge of the fabric with the appropriate ruler mark for your initial fold. We used a ½” initial fold. Press in place. The Hot Hemmer and Hot Ruler will revolutionize the way you do hems, mitered corners and pressed curves. They truly are the “go to” tools for anyone who does hems, mitered corners or pressed curves. If we measure, mark, cut, pin, press and sew accurately the result is something that is pleasing to us. If we don’t . . . ah well, then not so much. But there’s more to consider. Fold in the corner a second time, at¼” andagain at a 45˚ angle. The outer edges of this second fold should line up with your first set of crease lines. Press.

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Measure, fold and iron any hem in one smooth motion. Measure, fold, press. Repeat as necessary for the length or your project. The Hot Ruler with its increased length makes short work of long hems. Both take all of the guess work out of even, consistent hems. No last minute surprises where hem lines do not match up. Pleats anyone? Yes, you can use it to measure, fold and press pleats as well. Below are the steps a ¼” double-turn hem. This sample is a simple napkin project, but you can use the technique anytime you need a narrow hemmed corner. We love it for single-layer apron skirt corners, placemats, even lightweight blankets.

Then make sure the Hot Hemmer is placed so the diagonal line is pointing towards the corner of your fabric, with the corner touching the point your 2 hems intersect. Refold along your second set of ¼” crease lines and press. If you’ve been careful with your measurements and pressing, this second re-fold will create a diagonal line where your two finished edged meet, making a neat split corner. The Clover Hot Hemmer is a super thin, heat resistant ruler with a special non-slip surface that helps hold the fabric in place for the best, most precise results. Below, we walk you through how to use the Hot Hemmer for five of the most common tasks. Flat double-fold hem The measuring marks on the Hot Hemmer are very accurate and include straight edges, a curved corner, a true 45˚ diagonal for mitering, and ⅛” divisions. The most common ¼”, ½” and ¾” measurements are highlighted.

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The bottom line is if you use the Hot Hemmer or Hot Ruler (or even see them used) you will want one or both for your very own. Years of development have produced a truly useful sewing tool. For the first time we have a tandem of sewing tools that lets us accurately measure, mark and press all at the same time and with one tool.



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