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Fast2clean French Braid Quilt Microfiber Cleaning Cloths
     

Fast2clean French Braid Quilt Microfiber Cleaning Cloths

by C&T Publishing Inc (Manufactured by)
 

Printed with gorgeous full-color details of a quilt featured in Jane Hardy Miller's book, French Braid Quilts with a Twist, these four high-quality reusable cloths are great for cleaning your computer or television screens, as well as smaller devices like cell phones, LCD displays, and cameras - eyeglasses, mirrors, CDs, jewelry and more - just toss them in the

Overview

Printed with gorgeous full-color details of a quilt featured in Jane Hardy Miller's book, French Braid Quilts with a Twist, these four high-quality reusable cloths are great for cleaning your computer or television screens, as well as smaller devices like cell phones, LCD displays, and cameras - eyeglasses, mirrors, CDs, jewelry and more - just toss them in the wash as needed. With the special static cling backing on the medium (3" square) and mini (1/2" square sizes, just attach the cloth to your device, remove it to swipe your screen clean, then reattach to keep hand for next time.

Editorial Reviews

Fall 2014 American Sewing Guild Notions Magazine
Swipe any screen clean with reusable Fast2Clean anti-microbial cloths for cleaning your computer, sewing machine, or television screens, plus smaller devices like cell phones and cameras. One package, three sizes. A static cling backing on mini and medium sizes lets you attach it to your device so it's always handy. Available in several quilt motifs.
Quiltmaker Magazine
These reusable cloths are great for cleaning computer screens, cells phones, eyeglasses, cameras and more. Plus they feature beautiful quilts by Jane Hardy.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781617450082
Publisher:
C & T Publishing
Publication date:
08/28/2014
Product dimensions:
8.21(w) x 8.55(h) x 0.25(d)

Meet the Author

In the decade since Jane Hardy Miller first started designing French Braid quilts, she has written three best-selling books and introduced thousands of quilters to the dramatic (and astonishingly easy!) French Braid technique. She lives and teaches quilting in Miami, Florida. (www.frenchbraidquilts.com)

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