Added May 12, 2010
There are 2 different ways to turn the tube using the turn-it-all. 1.PUSH: sew one end shut and place the tube inside your strap all the way until it hits your sewn end. It's easier if you scrunch the fabric onto the tube. take the rod and push down the sewn end and pull up on the fabric with your other hand. Then continue until you can pull the end out the other side.
2. PULL: (this is the way I prefer) no need to sew end (you can if you want to) and put your tube inside your strap. Again try to scrunch fabric onto tube, if it doesn't fit either cut your fabric or as I did scrunch it onto the hooked tube turner also.
The Fastturn tube is much longer than the turn-it-all and has more size options.
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