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Thread: Chenille maker

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    Super Member Maride's Avatar
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    I was at JoAnn fabrics last week. We don't have one here, but DH had a Dr's appt in Burlington VT. I saw a blade, 60mm, for a chenille cutter. It is a round thing that you can use. The blade was on sale for $2.99. Of course, there goes my brain. If this a 60mm, it must fit my Dritz rotary cutter. I am able to use Fiskars and almost any other brand that size. Well, I got it. Forgot all about it and finally go into my sewing room today. Found it, tried it, and it works great. So, I got myself a new blade for $2.99 and it stronger than regular ones, so it may last me longer. We go back on the 20th. I am hoping they have some left. I guess if they are on sale is because they didn't sell to begin with. Doing a happy dance here.

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    awesome!


    Quote Originally Posted by Maride
    I was at JoAnn fabrics last week. We don't have one here, but DH had a Dr's appt in Burlington VT. I saw a blade, 60mm, for a chenille cutter. It is a round thing that you can use. The blade was on sale for $2.99. Of course, there goes my brain. If this a 60mm, it must fit my Dritz rotary cutter. I am able to use Fiskars and almost any other brand that size. Well, I got it. Forgot all about it and finally go into my sewing room today. Found it, tried it, and it works great. So, I got myself a new blade for $2.99 and it stronger than regular ones, so it may last me longer. We go back on the 20th. I am hoping they have some left. I guess if they are on sale is because they didn't sell to begin with. Doing a happy dance here.

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    What a great deal. I hope there is some left too.

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    I will have to keep an eye out for these, too! Thank you for bringing this to our attention :D:D:D

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    hhhmmm is there any difference between a chenille cutter and a regular blade ?

    Hope you can get more :thumbup:

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    Super Member ConnieF's Avatar
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    no difference in the blades.

    A chinelle cutter just gas a guide that glides as you cut between the lawers so you only cut the top layers.

    Other wise thet are the same blades.

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