Tailor's Tape Measure

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Tailor's Tape Measure $1.49 1.25 0.99
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60 in. (152.40cm)
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Getting accurate body measurements is most often the use of a tailor's tape measure, but they can really be used for any measuring task.
Made of a non-stretch vinyl, they are flexible but firm. Everyone should have at least one of these in their sewing kit.

With 60 inches clearly marked out on one side, and 152.40 centimeters on the other, it's a snap getting just the right length, width, height, depth and distance!
Remember, "measure twice, cut once".

While these tapes do come in five tasty, eye-candy flavors the actual color shipped will be chosen at random. Rest assured that if multiples are ordered we will do our best to send a variety of the colors available!

Made in: CHINA (CN)

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Love the bright colors as I can find them more easily. I also like having several.
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