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Thread: June Tailor Cut n Press - the pressing side

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    Check the pressing side of your Cut n Press tools.

    I like it a lot,

    BUT - the measurements/grid do not match my square rulers. And I checked it with three of them.

    So - if you are using this grid for pressing and making your blocks be "exact" - check it with your squares/rulers before thinking you did something wrong.

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    I found that measurements on different brands don't match up. Who'd a thought it?
    Karen

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    thanks for letting us know!

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    I just checked mine with all my rulers and it seemed to match up.

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    I never use the rulers on my mats. The only thing I ever use them for (ok I know, I just said I never use them) is to line up my fabric so it's straight and then I can make sure when I cut it's a perpendicular line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gale
    I never use the rulers on my mats. The only thing I ever use them for (ok I know, I just said I never use them) is to line up my fabric so it's straight and then I can make sure when I cut it's a perpendicular line.
    I can't even use mine for that. The lines are crooked. Course it's in pretty bad shape after years of use so maybe it's time for a new mat. I don't really like the cutting side either. Yup, time for a new mat.

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    Thank you for the information, and God bless.

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    Thanks for the info. I'll check mine.

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