Collins Point Turner and Seam Creaser.
White plastic. Use to turn points in collars, lapels, pockets, etc. Use pointed end to gently push out corners and also to remove basting stitches. The curved end is used to crease seams.
Use the Hot Ruler to measure, mark, fold, press: deep hems, long hems, miter corners.
This is an ideal marker. It marks while simultaneously making a crease. It leaves no residue on the fabric. Markings can be seen on both the front and the back of the fabric.
Turn & More Locking Clamp
The Turn & More Locking Clamp by Patty Young is great for sewing, doll making, and for machine maintenance. Use it to turn straps and handles right side out, push corners out, and pull elastics through casings. They're also great for turning small pieces and stuffing hard to reach spots.
Fabric Folding Pen
Clover Fabric Folding Pen
Think of a felt tip pen that is filled with what amounts to be a very unique fabric softener. Just remove the cap and with the felt tip trace either a straight or curved wet bead line on your fabric. The fluid from the pen causes the fabric fibers to relax at the point of application. Now you can fold along that specific line with ease and either finger press or iron to form a sharp, lasting edge. The pieces of your project can now be assembled easily and precisely and they will look great!