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    Several weeks ago there was a link to rotary blades that perforate fabric for hemstitching. Can anyone help with the web site or link to the website? Thank you

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    did you go thru the links and resources section to see if it's there?, I didn't see it but don't know what to look for

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    Here is the link on Project Linus site where the "skip-stitch" blade can be purchsed.

    https://www.projectlinus.org/store/products.php?cat=13]https://www.projectlinus.org/store/products.php?cat=13[/url]

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    nancysnotions.com has it for $6.99 :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by abrown27
    Several weeks ago there was a link to rotary blades that perforate fabric for hemstitching. Can anyone help with the web site or link to the website? Thank you
    I'm not sure if this is what you want but I love the "Edge Perfect Blade. You put it in your 45mm rotary cutter handle and use it on the edges of your fabric (I use fleece) and it perfectly cuts slits about every 3/8 inch. You can then use whatever thread choice you prefer. A booklet comes with the blade to show you all the different stitches you can make to finish the edge of your project.

    Their website is: edgeperfectblade.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by pab58
    nancysnotions.com has it for $6.99 :wink:
    That's a good price for them - usually $14.99 I believe!

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    Thank you very much. It is a great substitute for hemstitching.

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