If you want to quilt beautiful patterns that amaze, it is essential that you have the right tools. We sell wide ranging quilting products including rotary cutters and blades. Rotary cutters first made their debut in the world of quilting back in the early 1980’s. However, they have transformed in design over the years. Rotary cutters can make quilting so much less time consuming. If you are looking for high quality products at a price that you can afford, we are the number one destination for all of your rotary cutter and blade needs.
Variety of Sizes
We offer a wide variety of sizes, which is ideal for quilting projects of different types. The most popular rotary cutter sizes that we sell include 28mm and 45mm. The 28mm rotary cutter is best used for fine lines and curves, while the 45mm rotary cutter is the go-to quilting tool. This is the type of rotary cutter that can get the most use. We offer different types that allow for more comfort and control. These cutters can be easily converted for left or right handed use, which makes them multifunctional.
A rotary cutter is only an effective quilting tool if the blade is sharp and easy to use. We sell a variety of ultra-sharp steel blades that will fit with your rotary cutter and allow you to get the most use. Having a sharp blade allows for perfect lines and more ease. Just be careful not to touch the sharp edges of the blade with your fingers!
Keep Your Rotary Cutters and Blades Safe
Instead of losing your rotary cutters and blades under piles of fabric and templates, it might be a good idea to invest in a clever rotary cutter cradle that will hold your quilting tools and give you easy access. This keeps your blade protected and ensures that no accidents occur. You can even have your rotary cutter cradle fitted for cutters of different sizes including 28mm and 45mm.
Standing Position Works Best
When using a rotary cutter, it is normally a good idea to take a standing position. This makes it easier to hold the cutter at a 45 degree angle, which is ideal. Making a clean cut is sometimes easier if you choose to stand. This is a good tip to remember if you are just beginning with using a rotary cutter.