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Thread: Batting and rolling cutter

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    Super Member Tink's Mom's Avatar
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    I was squaring up some pillow tops yesterday that I stitched to some poly batting scraps and was using my cutter...darn it...it was the one I just put a new blade in....
    I have other cutters...just grabbed my favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by np3
    I have an old rotary cutter that I use for batting. It will ruin a good blade!
    The same for me too! I make sure I keep them labeled so that I don't get them mixed up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkabasketlady
    Quote Originally Posted by np3
    I have an old rotary cutter that I use for batting. It will ruin a good blade!
    The same for me too! I make sure I keep them labeled so that I don't get them mixed up!
    I went and bought an orange one to use for batting only and I'll keep my well worn comfortable blue one for fabric.....

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    I use scissors for batting.

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    I have a hard time with the scissors unless I cut just one layer at a time - my fingers and wrists are really acting up these days.

    I just wish I had realized it was dulling my blade before I put a brnad new one on.

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