Don't get me wrong, I still love my plain Jane DMC that I've been playing with for more than a few years (read: decades). And I have an awful lot of that to use up. But I will definitely be saving up my fun money for more Silk Mori.
This is my new toy:
It is a circa 1931 Singer Hand Operated Pinker and was a gift from a very good friend and her brother. Because it was their mother's, they shall remain nameless because I don't want any children getting bent out of shape. Why did I get it? Because I appreciate such awesome sewing paraphernalia. I also appreciate awesome friends, and not for the cool stuff.
This is what it does:
This thing will reportedly cut through fabric, paper, and leather. It has dials you change to adjust for the thickness of what you are cutting. As my son said, it looks like an "old" pencil sharpener. I remember when those pencil sharpeners weren't "old," but you get the idea. There are other blades for the pinker, but they are a tad expensive and difficult to come by. Hopefully some day I will get others.