Pin are use to hold two or more pieces of fabric together for sewing.
They come in a variety of lengths and different heads.
If a pin becomes bent, blunt or develops a bur, it should be discarded safely ~ have a small container such as a tic tac container handy to dispose of unwanted damaged pins.
A pretty place to store your pins when your not using them 🙂
A point turner is used to help you turn things right side out without damaging your fabric, in particular, sharp points and corners.
Right Angle Ruler.
A right Angle Ruler has 2 straight side that meet to create a 90* corner. This is very useful for drafting patterns and designs where you need a 90* angle. This particular one is part of a set of three, it is 22cm on the longest side and 16cm on the shortest side. The other two are larger. This set also have a curved line in the inside … just in case all the French curves I have don’t have just the right curve 🙂 This particular set I bought through the TAFE collage where I was studying Textiles and Design.
A rotary cutter a cutting tool with a retractable circular cutting blade. The one pictured is a small blade, which is good for cutting curves and reasonably tight corners, however, very tight curves are best cut by hand with sharp fabric scissors. Using a rotary cutter can be quite a bit quicker once you have mastered using one.