Strip-It, the Fabric Strip Cutter

comments (4) August 20th, 2008     

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JenniferStern Jennifer Stern, contributor
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Cut strips speedy quick.

Cut strips speedy quick.

Photo: Clotide

If you're new to the art of quilting, knitting, weaving or any other craft that involves using strips of fabric, check out this little fabric cutter. Without the huge expense of buying a rotary cutter, mat and ruler, you can cut accurate strips quickly and easily! (Even if you're already outfitted to use a rotary cutter, you still might want to check it out!) The Strip-It clamps onto the edge of your table. Simply pull your fabric through the cutter to make strips (almost like magic!). Cut four 1/4" strips or two 1/2" strips at one time. Wider strips, 3/4", 1", and 1-1/4", are cut one at a time—but so fast!  

With your new ability to create mountains of fabric strips without lots of effort, you might want to try something new. Maybe try crocheting your own rag rug!  (If that tempts you, check out the easy tutorial that I found on the DIY network.) You can get your Strip-It fabric cutter at Clotide.com. They also have replacement blades.

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Comments (4)

fierba writes: Before I order, I was wondering if this cutter could be used to cut birch bark in strips?
Posted: 4:51 pm on June 8th
aunty_em writes: how do you cut a 1 1/4 inch strip without the fabric being cut by the other blades? i couldn't find any good pictures or instructions before purchasing. the instructions that came with it dont tell how to get one width without all blades cutting.
Posted: 7:25 pm on May 16th
luvin2craft writes: how awesome is this tool,going to look at buying one
Posted: 7:29 pm on August 26th
SewQueen1 writes: That sounds like a wondeful tool. Saves oodles of time. I think I could go crazy making all kinds of crafts with strips. Rosemary
Posted: 5:32 pm on August 22nd
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