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    Super Member feffertim's Avatar
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    Does anyone have any experience with the quilt cut 2

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    I have one but am just now getting aroud to using it, I like it so far , very sturdy,

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    Yes, I would not quilt if I couldn't have mine. Use it all the time!!! I have had hand surgery and have sore joints in my hands all the time. It really helps me to cut and not get cramps in my hands. And I never waste fabric anymore since cutting with it.

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    What is this ? Can you post a pic please ? I too have arthritis and trigger finger on each hand !! thank you

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    I have one. I really like the cutting mat that comes with it. I can't accurate shape cuts with it after one cut because I can't get the guide in the exact same spot each time. It has to be perfect to get the same size cut after cut. I like the solid platform and I find I use it more like a regular cutting surface then shape cutter. It's very heavy and not easy to move from place to place so it needs a dedicated spot. For the price it hasn't been a good value to me.

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    Here is a link: http://www.quiltcut.com/

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    go to quiltcut.com and watch the video demo., I saw it at a quilt show and was impressed. Just ordered one yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    Here is a link: http://www.quiltcut.com/
    Thank you !

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    Quote Originally Posted by tutty
    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    Here is a link: http://www.quiltcut.com/
    Thank you !
    Tutty, If you have sore and arthritic hands this is a life saver.
    Even after my hand surgery I am able to cut with this...

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    I am with Featherweight, would not quilt without it. But do not a have arthritis.
    JulieM

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