The Tailor’s Pegs are indispensable assistants in the sewing process. They make it easy to turn out any acute angles in collars, lapels, bands, cuffs.
The points (edges) of the Tailor’s Pegs are sharpened at different angles, and, when seen from their back sides (not sharpened ones), they are rounded-shaped, specially designed for round collars and any other rounded stitching cuts.
The Point Turner can find their use in pressing collars ensuring that the angles of those collars will be perfectly processed and that you will be totally free from the risk of burning your fingers when ripping open. In addition, the wooden Pegs are convenient for fixing the bending in the bottom part of the garment during the WHP. Using the Pegs for turning out angles, you will not be able to damage and stretch out the cloth. Also, the Tailor’s Pegs are perfectly suitable for removing running stitches.
With different kinds of the Pegs in your arsenal of sewing tools, you must significantly speed up and facilitate your working process as you never know exactly what kinds of the Pegs might come in useful at the right place and time. 🙂
The Bone folder are made out of broadleaved wood species — beech, alder, or ash tree. All the Pegs are thoroughly smoothed out; they are pleasantly tactile and smell nicely like wood.
Size: length 20 cm, breadth 4 cm, thickness 0,4 cm.
30°, 45°, 45° girdle, 90°, 90° girdle, drop