Quilting Hot Tip #1

To avoid getting those wonky curves in the middle of a width-of-fabric strip. Fold your quilting fabric only once and press the fold.  It will totally eliminate the curves from forming when you rotary cut.  A simple but effective step……  Sharon

Quilting Hot Tip #2

When your quilt pattern requires the use of a straight edged  paper or thin plastic templet; use the 14″ Quilters Slidelock to firmly hold the templet in place while you  draw or cut around it.  Stops the templet from slipping while you work.   A simple but effective step – Sharon

A rotary cutter and a Quilters Slidelock are all that’s needed to accurately cut strips for a fractured quilt

My rotary cutter and a Quilters 24″ Slidelock were the only two quilting tools needed to accurately cut quilt fabric strips for the two Fractured Quilts shown here.  All I had to do was measure the strip width needed, lock the Slidelock in place and cut with my rotary cutter.  Every strip, cut to exact …

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