Giveaway: The Point 2 Point Turner
Lazies, One of the essential tools in my sewing room has always been a basic point turner. It’s simply handy for so many tasks and I could really use several – one for every work area.
In designing the Point 2 Point Turner for my new Press Perfect line of notions through Clover, I added features to both ends and all edges so the whole tool is loaded with functionality.
It’s like the Swiss Army knife of point turners!
Read on for details, a video demo and a giveaway.
Point 2 Point is 6 tools in one:
– 2 Point Turners
– 2 Curved edges to push out seams
– Finger Presser
– Hera Marker
It’s also longer than other turners so there is more to hold on to, giving it better visibility, control and utility.
It’s left/right handed and has a big beefy center for an easy grip. It’s made of hard resin plastic material so it’s strong.
End Point Turner
The traditional end point turner is perfect for reaching into those areas that have narrow access.
Side Point Turner
This is just plain awesome! When you have room to work on a corner like this one, the side point allows you to approach from the side, with the grain of the fabric. We risk stretching across the bias with the traditional approach. But finally, we can push the point out with the grain and not stretch or distort the point. Nice!
The sharp edge of a Hera Marker allows you to mark a line in the fabric without using any chemicals, pens, or markers. So you don’t have to worry about chemical marks showing up later, or through your fabric. It’s a quick and easy way to make a mark for placement of a design element.
I absolutely love this feature! Finally, there is something to help push out along curved seams. The gently curved end will glide smoothly along a curved seam. This is also the Hera Marker, which is tapered to be very thin at the edge, allowing the curved edge to really get into the seam and do a nice job.
One winner will be selected to receive one Point 2 Point Turner item 7803 from Clover Needlecraft.
Enter To Win
– Enter by using Rafflecopter below.
– One winner will be chosen.
– Giveaway ends Saturday June 21, 2014.
– I’ll contact the winner via email.
Thanks for joining in on the fun of the Point 2 Point Turner and Press Perfect.
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I love my Clover turner–in fact I have several in case I misplace one. Worth their weight in gold!
I would love something that marks AND turns! Get rid of some of my clutter!
Omg this tool looks awesome! I would use it for all the things I make that need to be turned over
I couldn’t leave a comment, using the rafflecopter – might be that I am on an iPad.
Anyeay, I have like four different thing for fingerpressing, poking out corners and all the things you could use this great invention for. Would LOVE to replace my homemade stuff with your professional one!
Sure would like to win this…
It’s a tool that will make sewing easier and finished products classier!!
I must have one of these miracle tools!!!!!
I am making doll clothes for a new baby and could use this, thanks!
This would be a great tool to replace all my homemade ways to push out corners and seams. I love the fact that it works for us left handed people!
I would use this nifty “point turner” for many things. There are so many times I need to push out a tiny point and I don’t have the right tool to do it!
Great notion for myself, and I think my daughter could use it for making her little “tooth fairy” pillows also.
Thanks for the chance! firstname.lastname@example.org
What a great tool! I’d use it for all the things it is designed for.
Fantastic giveaway and fantastic tool. Thanks
The perfect item to have in my sewing room and a tool that I will use every day!
Thank you for offering the Point 2 Point turner.
Looks like the perfect tool to bring to class. No more searching through my overloaded sewing basket for the right tool!
This is a great invention! I’m a beginner in quilting and bag making, this tool would help me a lot and save my thumb from pressing too much 😀
I’ve been wanting something like this all my sewing life. What a little gem.
Great tool…would use all parts of this versatile tool!
wow, this looks like a very handy tool, I’ll be looking for this if I don’t win 😉 thank you for sharing
As always, anything you design will work!!
Sounds like a very useful tool. I would certainly use it!
What a wonderful multi-function tool.
I would use it in my bag making and hopefully if I can ever get an article of clothing made properly too!
Me me wazy me
This is AMAZING – I have a hera marker and a point turner on wish list at Amazon right now! Would love to use this for quilting (marking) and for sewing my granddaughters cute little collars! Oh … not to mention my Lazy Girl handbags 😉
I love a sewing tool with multiple uses!
looks invaluable for hand turned applique.
Wonderful tool! Handy for so many different projects!
It’s about time someone created a useful turner. I’m tried of using a wooden stick that is constantly breaking. Thank you so much.
I love Clover products and am thrilled that you have designed some wonderful notions for them!
All in one tool. Perfect for class- perfect for the sewing room. Thanks for the modifications.
This looks brilliant – I’d use it for turning corners
I would use this wonderful tool when making bags. It would be a great help getting the corners nicely turned out!
I would use it to mark my cutting line for HSTs and pushing out corners when I make bags and pillowcases. thanks for the chance to win!
I would us it to turn my bag handles.
Looks like just what I need for working with all the purse patterns of yours that I make and remake!
Ok, in all honesty, after 30+ years of sewing, I don’t find too many really great new gadgets but this goes right into my “must-have” category! I love the “all in one” featues and multitude of uses! Thanks!
Very nice. How do you come up with this? I wish I had that type of mind
It’s so clever! I want one.
I love that this turner does so many things. I would definitely utilize all its’ capabilities.
It’s great to see Clover extending their line to include some well designed sewing tools.
I could sure use this tool and like the fact that you have not only a curve but a good looking point turner which is handy for all your bags!
I t think i need several of these at my various work stations, both upstairs and down! What a brilliant mind you have. I would use it for helping with my applique placement and marking. No marks to erase or cover up.
What a great design!!! I can’t sew without a corner turner and to have all those features in one item saves having to find more than one tool!!
I think this would be a great tool for all projects. I would use it to press and mark while I am piecing by machine.
Thank you for all your cool designs. Love your patterns and now this pressing line. This would be very helpful in all my sewing projects! Tammy 🙂
I make quite a bit of pillowcases and reversible aprons. This tool would really be helpful.
What a wonderful tool for any sewing room.. Would love to win..
I wish I’d had this last week when making a scarf with slippery fabric. The Point 2 Point turner would have made things easier!
This is a great tool. I love this tool to replace the point turner that I use for my many sewing projects. Thanks for the giveaway.
oh-la-la….doll clothes and mug rugs will look much nicer using this!!
This looks like the perfect tool! One of these would eliminate several tools in my toolbox.
I make a lot of handbags, totes, and wallets, and I would love to own this awesome tool to help make my work go easier. I would be so grateful to own this! Anything that perfect’s my work is a Plus!
Boy, the side point turner is awesome – never thought that’s what is stretching things out! Thanks for the give away!
All in one I like that
Looks like a great tool!
I would love to have this tool as I have arthritis in my fingers and I would be able to hold it comfortably in my hands
I would use it to turn all the baby blankets I am making.
I can see that this would quickly become one of my most used tools – especially for turning handles and getting those corners sharp.
Looks like a great tool to have around.
I would use the Hera marker for marking a diagonal line on blocks for appliqué and the point turner for the pillow cases I make. Thanks for the giveaway.
Looks like a very useful multi-tasking tool !!
This looks like a very useful tool. I will find it at my local quilt shop next time I’m there.!
A terific perfect tool
I think I need one of these. I”m going to go looking at my local stores but I bet they don’t have them yet! DRAT.
This looks like an awesome tool. I would “sew” love to win one!
Would love to win one of these.
I applique. It would be a great tool to turn pieces when using a facing type applique.
Looks like a useful tool for sewing and quilting.
I have a small turner, but this one looks like it would do many jobs
I would use it to turn many corners!
Love LG patterns and notions!
This is the all you need tool! With the iron, it can make your sewing go from a home made okay finish to a special couture hand made professional finish. that gets great raves. Thank you for inventing this great tool and for the give away!
Looks like a very useful tool.All Clover products are well made.I don’t have this one so would love to win.
Thank you for the chance to win this wonderful item
This tool would be the item to use that would definitely separate
the “homemade” from the “professional” looking projects!!!!
I make purses.. This would be perfect to turn those bottom corners.. It would also be very handy to turn doll clothes.
Looks like a great tool to have!
I would love to have this in my sewing toolbox. I have not found it locally yet, so to win it would be awesome. We will pretty home-bound this summer while my 18 yr. old daughter recovers from back surgery for scoliosis. We have a long summer ahead and I hope to get more sewing done since we will pretty much be at home most of the time. In fact, I wish I had all of the new LD Clover tools, but just not in the budget right now. (doctor bills, etc.) Prayers please from all LD fans who are so inclined to pray for her for a speedy and uneventful recovery. Thanks.
Let me count the ways…the end point turner , curved seams…what an AWESOME tool!!
I love it when a new tool is so useful!
I LOVE this tool, it works like a charm in all it’s multifunctions. Mine is handy by the sewing machine but I could keep one at the ironing board and one with the tools I take to classes and retreats. This truly is the perfect tool. Well done!
This is a perfect sewing tool. I need this really bad.
This looks wonderful. Hope I win. Thanks.
Looks like a great tool.
You are right in calling this a Swiss army knife of sewing notions.
Looks like a wonderful tool for making totes plus many other items! thanks.
I love that this is a multi-purpose tool.
Would love to win this or buy it. It seems like a super addition to my sewing supplies.
I am making some hexagon shape coasters and this tool would be very handy!
I would use it when making bags and when paper piecing for finger pressing.
This tool looks extremely useful.
I am sure that this tool would take residence in the place of honor, in Frequently Used Tools, just to the right of my sewing machine. I can see it being very useful for many situations, but particularly in appliqué. Thanks so much for having the giveaway!
What a super tool – congratulation
I would use the Point 2 Point Turner on my in-the-hoop projects that need turning. Those corners can sometimes be tricky!
I would use in in place of finger pressing and for point turning,
I would use the point 2 point turner when i make a dresden plate quilt. Making a Jon Jon jumper , you would need for the corners after turning inside out. a simple wallet to neaten all the seams. so many uses. It would be my go to tool for sewing.
Thank you for creating something for us lefties!
I would probably use it for all the ways demonstrated in the video. What a useful tool!! Thanks for the chance to win!!
Turning corners/ pressing is half the battle in making a garment or accessory look great.
I LOVE tools that serve multiple purposes! It gives me less of a chance of losing the less frequently used ones. 🙂
This looks like a very useful item to add to my sewing tools.
That would be so nice to have all those tools in one. I seem to not remember where I laid my tools and then I end up buying another and then I have multiples.
From Karol… it looks great and I’d love to have one. In fact I’ve lost track of my hera marker so it would be doubly welcome. 🙂
This looks like a wonderful tool! I would love to have one. I’ve made the Chelsea bag and the City bag and love them! They are so easy to make and such clear instructions! Thank you for existing!!!
Looks like a pretty handy tool to have around.
I really like the idea of using the tool to push out the seam – it would make it so much easier when pressing.
Looks like a wonderful shape ! Thx for the introduction
Awesome tool! I love it!
I would be using it as a finger press a lot
Just the way you have it demonstrated!
Pushing out corners without distortion is fabulous. I tend to get too aggressive with scissor tips and poke holes sometimes. This tool looks fabulous!
I would use the turner most often for square corners!!! Then for points!!! Great tool!!!
I would use it for all of my projects that needed the point turner!!
I make a lot of bags and would use the point turner for them
I. Make zipper pouches for everyone and this tool would be very helpful when I am pushing out the corners.
This is a must have tool.
I love my hera marker- this one is even better with its many functions.
Boy, this sure would come in handy with my purse making.
I would use it in making doll clothes.
Have to try this!
I would use it for just about anything, the way it sounds. I could mark quilting lines with it too.
I would use it a lot when I am turning my puse peices over. I love to make purses but dislike when I can’t get my corners sharp… thanks for inventing this…
This seems like the perfect alll-purpose tool for the sewist..
This looks like a great tool.
Two tools in one – yeah
I would use it alot for my stuffed birds and turned eyeglass cases!
I’d use it for all the corners on the bags and pillows I make. Thanks for the chance:)
I’d use the turner for everything shown in the demonstration but probably mostly for corners since I don’t have a chopstick.
Wow this looks wonderful. I will look for it in the fabric stores.
I would use this wonderful tool for perfect corners. I love it’s versatility and multiple uses!
Love it. Would use for my trickery corners when crafting
What a perfect tool to take to any course or Home E.c. .class and show off all the ways that one could use it and I could also promote it.
Would love to win it!
Apart from turning awkward pointy bits I love the finger presser edge. I often finger press when I’m getting ready for top stitching ( among other things) but often feel I am over stretching the fabric.
I would use it with my home decor sewing projects
The point turner would be good but really I like the curve part. I need that.
household item for many uses.
Also a perfect murder weapon in my next novel!
This tool looks VERY handy. I am always looking for something to push out the points when I sew. This looks perfect.
Love your patterns. It would be great to have one of your neat tools.
Oh Joan!!! How I wish that I had your brain and way of seeing solutions to things the way that you do. Your newest creation, the Point 2 Point Turner, is marvelous! I would love to win the drawing for this item, but rest assured that even if I’m not the lucky person to win, I will still be adding this wonderful new tool to my sewing room.
What an awesome tool. I would use this when making all my Lazy Girl purses.
I would use the Point 2 Point Turner for garment sewing. It would be great for the alterations I do for friends As well as clothing and purses I’m making
Love your new products
that point turner is the bomb
I love new tools and this one sounds like a “must have”. Great review.
Id use it for bag making, quilting, ironing little pieces of fabric and paper crafting, woot woot! Thanks for the chance!
I would use this when I make pillows and bags.. Thanks for the great giveaway.
I have never heard of this tool before, but I can see how nice it would be for turning things right side out and pressing. I would love to try it. Thanks for the chance to win!
ok, now this looks downright awesome!
I would use it in my everyday sewing and especially for nice finishing points/edges in all my Lazy Bags. (Which my Mother loves)
sure beats my regular clover hera marker!!
Love point turners and seam turners. this looks like a great idea and I can’t wait to try it and probably recommend it to the people I sew with.
This tool looks awesome!!,
I would use it to make a quillow (quilt when folded turns into a pillow) I would use every side and point on the point to point turner with this endeavor. Thank you for the chance.
Oh! What a fabulous tool! I use my current Clover turner to press fabrics when I quilt in the hoop. Thank you for giving one away!
This would be like one-stop-shopping!
Wow…what a coooool item!! Would use it for making sharp corners in pillows & such, finger pressing & the other ways you showed us too!! Amazing lil’ tool!! Now on my Gotta Have List! lol
I’d use it for turning corners instead of the straight pin method I currently use.
I would use EVERY single feature! I always am dissatisfied with my corners. This tool would be a big help!
Wow, such a great tool – and user friendly for lefties as well! I’d use it for turning out those tiny little corners on my little zip cases that I’ve just learnt how to make. And even better, I can use it to press my seams rather than having to run to the iron every time. Great tool to add to my sewing kit. Thank you!!
I would use this as a point turner! Image that! LOL!
I make alot of pillow so it would work good for that. Thanks for the chance at a great giveaway:)
As a marker and to turn corners, looks great.
What a great tool !!!
I wondered what you could do to make a point turner better, and you did it! Great tool. Hope I win. If I don’t, I’ll buy one!
This would be so useful! Love Clover! Thanks for the chance!
I’d use it to mark quilts!
Great giveaway; would love to give your point turner a try on my burp cloths!
looks really handy for bag pockets and linings!!
Love this marker thank you for the giveaway !!!
This would be a VERY handy gadget to have that wouldn’t poke holes in those pesky corners
I’d use it all over my quilts. I always need a point pusher, marker, seam presser, and stiletto. So many tools in one device! svonfumetti at yahoo dot com
Would love to have a point turner! My bamboo skewer leaves funny marks sometimes….
`For curves on a quilt I would love to make! thanks!
I especially like the smaller end for pointed collars and small areas in toys.
I’d use it to make bags
This tool seem like it would really work wonderful
What a most MAH-VA-LOUS tool! Often taking just a minute here and there to stitch a few pieces…no time for plugging in the iron…so of course, I’d use it for the perfect pressing tool…..and then when I have a little more time…I could make a wee bear or mouse…perfect little poker-outer…..I can see your Point 2 Point Turner is no doubt a MUST HAVE if you want to be a REAL stitcher of any technique.!
Really enjoy your Blog. I am learning alot. Thank you.
This looks awesome, I will definitely try to use it every time I sew 🙂 Right now I use chopsticks lol so this would be waaayyy better 😀
I have started making lazy girl bags to give as Christmas gifts! I’m sure this new tool I don’t have yet would be really helpful! So far my bags have turned out so well people think I bought them somewhere! Love getting compliments like that! Lazy Girl patterns are the best!
Gotta get one of these!
This sounds like a very neat tool. I could use it for so many jobs.
I’ve never used this tool, but what a great idea! I’d love to win. Thanks for the giveaway.
Love your site.
Clover makes great versatile tools. Since I am left-handed, I love the fact that it can be used by both left and right-handed people.
This is one of those things that I don’t see in stores, but would love to have. It looks like it works better than the point turner that I have.
Totally amazing!It’s really pleasure to read your post. Thank you so much for writing such a nice post.