Monday, May 18, 2015
Portable light weight sewing kit that is easy to grab. Fits easily in your purse or brief case and can taken with you wherever you go!! Easily stored in your car as well.
Perfect portable beginners sewing kit for repairing those unexpected rips and tears, missing buttons and more! No need to take out a heavy awkward sewing machine! Quick Stitch has all the sewing notions and supplies you will need.
Can be used for emergencies, as a travel sewing kit, as a starter sewing kit for any quick fixes and emergency or survival sewing needs at home, school, or at the office. With Quick Stitch sewing kit - Just say sew sewing kit.
Sewing kit for adults, both boys and girls ,and even children as a beginners sewing kit or your first sewing kit. Can be used as a survival sewing kit and army sewing kit to fix and repair all kinds of sewing thread repairs.
No need for a professional sewing kit! Quick Stitch sewing kit has all you need for those unforeseen quick fix needs. Just grab your Quick Stitch sewing kit.
This kit contains: 24 Stainless Steel Needles of Various Sizes Contained In A Protective Plastic Case, 12 Spools of Assorted Popular Colors of Thread, A Pair of Stainless Steel Scissors, A Seam Ripper with Plastic Cover, Two Needle Threaders, Tape Measure, Straight Pins, Safety Pins, Thimble, and Buttons. All inside a Portable Carrying Case.
This kit is the perfect first sewing kit for someone or an emergency kit to keep in the car or purse. It's small enough to keep just about anywhere and has everything you need to sew up a small hole or rip in clothing.
It's great that it has a zippered carrying case to keep everything together in one place. There's enough thread and needles to last for many years of small fixes. I really like that it comes with 2 threaders to help thread the needles since I need reading glasses now in order to see small things like this, so this was a big help for me.
Disclaimer: I received this product for free in exchange for my honest review.
If you'd like to buy one, you can do so here.
Posted by Mary Kirkland at 11:30 PM