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Where can I get a “Third Hand”?

MelanieofNC | Posted in Equipment and Supplies on

Hi,

I was reading a sewing book recently “Sewing Edges and Corners”, and they kept referring to something called a “third hand”.  They never did show a picture, but it sounds like something that helps you hold the fabric so you have one hand free.  I’ve checked a few on-line sewing store and don’t find such a thing. 

I did an Internet search and the closes thing I found was something that looks like a little clamp on a stand, it was called a “Jeweler’s Third Hand”.

 Anyone know where I might purchase a “Third hand” for sewing?

Many thanks!

Melanie

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  1. Jean | | #1

    I googled and found this here http://www.sewtrue.com/HandSewingSupplies.html

    I imagine they are available on other on-line catalogs too. (I searched for sewing third hand. )

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  2. BYDEZINE | | #2

    they are also called sewing birds and can be bought at nancy's notions and clotilde

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