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The Perfect Fit 6(TM) U-channel in my metal purse frames

Special announcement:  I have introduced a new U-channel width that I’ve trademarked as the Perfect Fit 6(TM).  Just like those size 6 jeans that I’m almost going to get into, the Perfect Fit 6(TM) is really the ideal size to get into.  (Ladies who are blessed with junk in the trunk, take heart, ‘cuz my flat *ss is jealous!)  🙂

Shown in 8x3 Duskcoat Gunmetal(TM)

I’ve been working really hard engineering this product testing many fabrics and interface.  With the fall and winter collections coming out, this will be a staple in my line of products.  (Well, if I’ve spent money trademarking it and all… hehehe.) It is designed to fit a wide combo of fabrics and interface without the need for the use of cords or crimping.  *Just say no to crimping.*

Side view shown in my most popular style 8x3 nickel free purse frame(TM) with kisslock closure

It’s not as narrow as my summer line of frames made to fit the higher-end silks and satins, yet no so wide like you’re trying to land a 757 in the Grand Canyon!  It will reduce your use of glue in the channel.  Just apply a ‘rope’ of glue in the channel (no need to apply it on your fabric as well) and insert your pre-pressed fabric.  It should have a nice snug fit without having to ‘stuff’ the channel.  Hint:  for thicker fabrics like cords, tweeds, and velvet, use a butter knife to insert your materials in.  That Gutermann will hold it like no other.

Here are some pics.  You can find this Perfect Fit 6(TM) in all the 8×3 and 10×3 frames for fall and winter.  Buy it at or for orders of 100+, buy it at

Shown in the 6x3 nickel-free purse frame(TM)

(TM) Trademarks of WhileBabyNaps and Khuong LLC 2009 and 2010. All rights reserved.


September 18, 2010 - Posted by | WhileBabyNaps General Updates

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