Review of the PME Quilting Modelling Tool with 3 Interchangeable Wheel Heads
I always go for the PME cake decorating and crafting tools above all others. They are robust, accurate, and comfortable to use. Most of my PME tools are over 20 years old now! I have always managed without a quilting tool, though and favoured a scribing tool to make stitching effects on bag cake. But when I saw the PME Quilting tools with 3 interchangeable wheels, I thought I’d give it a go. Here is my review.
What’s In The Box?
1 x Design Wheeler
1 x Plain Wheel
1 x Serrated Wheel
1 x Fluted Wheel
What’s It For?
This modelling tool is ideal for use with a wide range of edible and non-edible materials including sugar paste (rolled fondant), flower paste gum paste), marzipan or craft clays.
Add simple but effective detail to enhance your cakes, flowers and models.
Select the appropriate wheel to create quilting, stitching or creative zig zag designs. Ideal for fabric effects, sugar embroidery, ribbons and additional detail to cut out shapes (e.g. stitched effect on a teddy bear).
How Much Is It?
This product has had great reviews. I’ve copied a few below for you, but you can also click the link here to read more.
At first, I thought it might be a little bit awkward to hold due to the weird shape, but it turned out to be great to handle. It has 3 different interchangeable cutters, a smooth circle, a stitch effect, and a zig zag effect.
They pop out with a little effort and are stuck in rigid enough so they don’t come out on their own when you don’t want them to.
The smooth circle is useful if you want to cut a nice crisp curvy line. I have always used a turning knife like this one, but I found the wheel was so much better! Here are the three effects in icing:
The PME Quilting Modelling Tool is just as robust as you would expect from any PME tool and is easy to clean with a little hot soapy water.
You get an awesome 10-year warranty with this PME Quilting Modelling Tool, but read the terms and conditions.
Love it! Definitely not disappointed with my new tool and wish I had purchased one years ago.
If you don’t have one yet, then click the link below and you could have your very own tool tomorrow!