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Peggy's Stitch Eraser removes embroidery stitches in fabric without damage to material! Do not be tricked, Peggy Stitch Erasers are not hair clippers. Peggy's Stitch erasers are designed specifically for removing the dense stitches of machine embroidery. The major difference between this and a hair clipper is in the bladesthese have been specially engineered to get under stitches, grab, and clip them. And it does so without damaging the fabric.
There are 11 review(s) for Peggy's Stitch Eraser 8a
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by Kathy – 15th Mar 2013
I used this stitch eraser to remove commercially done embroidery logos from a canvas bag. It was time consuming and the stitches a bit too tight to effectively remove all of the stitches however, when combined with the CAREFUL use of a dremel tool the stitches were all removed successfully!
by Peggy – 29th Oct 2012
I'm glad I bought it. I've used this before, liked it, and finally purchased my own. It doesn't always get out this fill stitches, but it is the best around and I'm glad I finally have one of my own.
by Naoma – 10th Sep 2012
Wish I had bought one a long time ago. It sure is a lot easier that trying to get it out with a ripper and of course lots of times you get holes. Just wish I hadn't waited so long to order one.
by Queen of bad stitches – 25th Aug 2012
I tested this on material that had tight monogram letters and it removed them in seconds. I charged it until the green light came on and it was ready to go. Easy to hold and easy to use. Very much worth the money! I had been pondering getting one for a long time. I'm glad I did. This eraser is awesome.
by Marsha – 17th Aug 2012
I have used it to remove some embrody stiches and it worked great. I got a quilt top from some one that has some block put in wrong, so I have had to take them out, it really worked great for that. Awesome product.
by Idabel – 19th Jan 2012
Peggy's Stitch Eraser arrived charged & ready to go. After testing it on a tee shirt where the design didn't stitch out properly (loops, birds' nests, etc), I plugged it in to recharge overnight. The red light never stopped blinking, or changed to the green light (fully charged). Is this normal? Otherwise the product operates as advertised.
by Cynthia Farris – 19th Jan 2012
I haven't really used it but the test that I gave it worked much better than the Wahl. I think it will work out fine
by Marilyn – 19th Jan 2012
I'm very happy with the stitch eraser and how easy it is to use. However, I must say that I am very disappointed that it did not come with some type of hard cover for the blades to protect them from damage when not in use. All eletric razors I have ever seen have had one and even the instructions with the stitch eraser say to be sure to protect the blades. I did not feel that this product was inexpensive but would have paid a little more for a protective cover.
by Patricia M. Farris – 19th Jan 2012
Just now got to use my peggy's stitch eraser*a. It is easy to use & it does a great job. I really like it
by Michal McCormick – 19th Jan 2012
The first quilt I ever made I decided to take on a very ambitious project and do make my entire quilt myself from start to finish including the quilting itself. Over the years I have learned quite a few lessons and my skills have greatly improved. With time I came to realize that I had made a huge mistake in that first quilt. First and foremost I did it myself on a personal machine and my quilting was horrible and had little tiny stitches that just looked terrible. The other mistake I had made was that I used that clear nylon or plastic thread that will just eat at your quilt. After staring at this quilt or years I decided I couldn't take it anymore. I wanted to undo this quilt and have it professionally quilted. I started undoing it about a year ago and came to a stopping point. I had a huge problem. Some of the stitches were so tiny that no amount of magnifiers, lights or tiny seam rippers were going to get this thing undone. The spots that I had left were so tight that I could not get a seam ripper in them and I could hardly see them to even get a needle or anything in them. Then I went to your web site and saw how many different categories you had advertised it too. I thought, well she never said anything about quilters, but I am going to try it. If nothing else, I can send it back. I purchased it and it quickly arrived. At first I tried to use it as it had been advertised to embroidery users. Of course it did not work. I thought oh well at least I tried. Then, like I should have done in the beginning I read through the instructions. I got to the part about undoing layers of fabric like in a collared shirt and I thought wow, I can try that here. You will not believe it. I tried it and within 2 hours, my entire quilt was undone. It was a miracle.
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