This was day 2 of cutting with a rotary cutter, and I LOVE a rotary cutter! (Yes, as a matter of fact, I have been living under a rock...I don't get out much except to work and back.)
At any rate, I wanted to know if there was a specific reason that occasionally I'd get wonky cutting lines, or if it's just a matter of practicing?
Sometimes the cut would be about 1/4" away from the straight edge, and the cut line would look like little steps in a row. Other times, it looked like a drunkard was operating the cutter (I assure you, the latter was not the case...at least not today...although I've read that a little wine might solve the problem LOL).
Still other times, despite being OCD about making sure I was 'squared up' before I cut, I ended up with a curve in my WOF strip. What's up with THAT? The most I cut was 4 layers.
Thanks, as always, for the advice/tips.