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Thread: Anyone have a QuiltCut2?

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    We went to the Creative Festival here today, and DH bought me a QuiltCut2! He's such a sweetie :) We've gotten it put together, and I can't wait to break it in. I'm hoping it will help me cut more accurately, especially strips since I'm doing a lot of Eleanor Burns patterns right now. I could sure use any tips or tricks!

    Here's the website: http://www.quiltcut.com/

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    OMG...YOU LUCKY LADY...this looks fantastic...awww I wish I had one :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    I got mine four years ago and use it all the time for cutting multiple strips and squares. You will love it.

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    Your husband is such a sweetie! I checked out the video and that is an awesome tool! I am :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    I had the original one and just recently upgraded to the 2. I love it. I've had mine about 5 years. It started wearing and the fabric was looking like I was tearing it instead of cutting. I sure like the netural color of the upgrade. Mine was green. I can't imagine cutting without it. The first quilt I ever did I cut on my kitchen counter. Never again. No one will ever regret purchasing this cutter. There are not many things I'm sold on but if I had to I could go door to door with a testimonal about this cutter and one other thing, my Dyson.

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    That looks really cool!

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    I have the original Quick Cut and I love it...
    I have only had to replace the cutting mat.
    It sure helped me be more accurate in strips, triangles and squares...
    some of the best dollars I have invested into my quilting hobby.
    I think I bought it in 2002...somewhere in there...
    Kirsten

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    Hmmm. That would have made a nice mother's day gift -- if it's not too pricey ...

    But, alas, mother's day has been and gone. But, it's never too late ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cordelia
    Hmmm. That would have made a nice mother's day gift -- if it's not too pricey ...

    But, alas, mother's day has been and gone. But, it's never too late ...
    aren't you still a mother? :wink:

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    Wow that looks great. Thought I would have a look and checked out the price..... you are one lucky lady. needless to say I wont be getting one.
    It will make life so much easier for you. Good Luck

    Elle

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