Introducing the Spot on Dot

Several months ago, I had an idea. Why can’t we magnify right on our quilting rulers? I don’t know about you, but my eyesight certainly hasn’t gotten any better the older I’ve gotten, and my eye doctor say I should expect it to continue to get worse.

Since more accurate cuts lead to more precise piecing and perfect points, I wanted to find a way to get the most accurate cuts possible. Which is how the Spot on Dot was born!

Watch the video here to get all the details on how the Spot on Dot makes accurate cutting so much easier!

I’m so excited to be able to share this product with you! It is currently available for order by retailers – so let your local quilt shop know they need to put in their orders for the Spot on Dot! We’re expecting it will be on your store’s shelves by February 1st of 2020.

The Spot on Dot comes with its own case, and the adhesive rings are easy to clean with mild soap and water. A gentle cleaning will remove any lint that has built up on the adhesive, and your Spot on Dot will start sticking like it was new again!

You’re going to wonder how you managed quilting without your Spot on Dot!

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Comments

  1. Cheryl Ennis says:

    I am very excited to get my hands on a set or two of the spot on dot magnifying lenses. Can you put me on your list to be notified about the date these will be available online?

    • If you sign up for the newsletter, you’ll be one of the first people to know! Another way is to follow me on Instagram – I’m @craftmoore over there.
      They will be in stores early February. And I’ll try to post places that they can be purchased as soon as I know!

  2. Victoria Van Sittert says:

    Great video Carolina. Can’t wait to try your new product. Always looking for new notions with multiple uses.

  3. Gayle Shumaker says:

    Brilliant I will be talking to the owner of my local quilt shop to see if she has ordered these yet. I can see using these in a non-sewing way. Even with my readers the print on medication bottles other than directions for use is too small for me to be able to read. Trying to read how many refills if any I have has seriously frustrated me recently.

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