Anyway, I bought this bodkin to turn tubes inside out which by the way I couldn't do very well with it but it's great for pushing out edges after sewing inside out. Especially for curves; it just glides along and does the job wonderfully without snagging or threatening to making a hole. For pushing out tiny corners, I usually start with this and then finish off with small wooden knitting needle which is usually more rounded, smoother and smaller than chopsticks. Proceed with caution as it is easy to poke a hole.
I've started working on my ginger girl again. Arms need attaching then a much needed haircut.