PROTECT FROM BURNS: These protectors can withstand high heat, and will negate any burning effect from hot glue. No more sticky, painful messes. These are made from FDA approved, BPA free, food grade silicone. They can withstand temperatures of -40F degrees to 450F degrees.
SEWING: These FLEX Thimbles are an excellent gift for any sewing enthusiast - or an absolute necessity for a seamstress! Note: the sharp end of a needle WILL penetrate this material, but when pushing on the eye of a needle, the thickness allows for protection against pain, while still allowing versatile finger and thumb movement that traditional thimbles prevent.
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Features: 2 sizes and adjustable design of the thimble finger protector, suitable for both thick and thin fingers; Seam ripper was designed with a red round mini ball at the end of the small fork for protecting your fabric; Blunt needles are stable, smooth and don't rust or bend
Material: thimble finger protector is made of copper, seam rippers are made of durable plastic and metal, needle pin is made of steel, all of these are durable, stable and no rusting, you can use it for long term
Finger protector size: small: 15 mm in diameter and 23 mm in height (0.59 x 0.9 inch), medium: 18 mm in diameter and 25 mm in height (0.7 x 0.98 inch)
Widely use: good for weaving in ends and sewing up seams on your knit and crochet projects, thread by hand even for a person with poor eye sight