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Thread: skip a stitch rotary blade

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    Use this blade for your fleece or flannel blankets. It will cut holes evenly so you can crochet a nice edge on your project. Great for Linus Project blankets. Go to skip stitch .com to see these blades. Also, Nancy's notions carries the rotary cutters and blade.

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    I saw the video but can't imagine what you would do with that next. Have any pictures? The video quit before the end where they might have shown that.

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    Thanks so much for the information. This is something I can definitely use. I tried to make a baby blanket out of fleece using a blanket stitch, but at the end of it I couldn't figure out how to tie it off without it being obvious! Using a crochet border, it won't be a problem!! Thanks again!!

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    For making smaller edge-holes for thread crochet, you can use a dressmaker's tracing wheel, looks like the rowl wheel from a pair of spurs. Has a handle.
    Works great.

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    where do you get it? Joanns?

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    Hum....never heard of it.

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    I have a couple of these, they are wonderful. I bought mine from the project linus website. They fit right inside a regular rotary cutter. Makes perfectly spaced holes in fleece for adding crocheted edging.

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    Is a photo available of this blade?

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    I got mine from "www.skipstitch.com". They come in 2 different sizes. It is great if you are wanting to put a crocheted edge around it.

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