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Thread: Fiskers strip cutter

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    Super Member Roberta's Avatar
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    Fiskers strip cutter

    Does anyone know a source for the Fisker's strip cutter that has the blade attached and you just measure and run it up or down the strip? I've been searching online and only find a Donna Dewbery pink cutter by that company that doesn't seem as sturdy as the orginal one. A friends DH asked me to find one so he can see what they look like and it will be her Christmas gift.

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    Here are links to old threads that I found:
    Fiskars Fabric Strip Cutter
    Fiskars Strip Cutter by Donna Dewberry

    Here is a link to the Sew-Ezy one:
    http://webstore.quiltropolis.net/sto...3&Item_ID=8117

    I have the original Fiskars large one that I bought from Nancy's Notions before they sold out (after cutter was discontinued). I got it in case my sister, who has some physical challenges, might need it. However, soon after I bought the Fiskars she got an Accuquilt rotary cutter, so this Fiskars has never even been taken out of the box. If someone is interested in it, PM me.

    What I have heard is that this type of cutter is great for children to start out with, because it is relatively safe.

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    I seem to remember that Walmart had them. I bought one on sale for of my quilting groups.

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    If the cutter is like the Sew-Ezy one http://webstore.quiltropolis.net/sto...3&Item_ID=8117 then I cannot sing its praises high enough. I use mine to cut just about everything from long strips for binding to the smallest little square and anything in between.

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