by Margo July 23, 2018

As we know some people learn by seeing how something is done and others learn by reading it.  Me I am a visual learner.  I love to take classes to learn a new skill instead of reading about it in a pattern.  Besides, it's way more fun to be with other people while you learn. Someone always asks that question that you want to ask but do not really want to ask it. I love those people!

Well, I felt that way about the Tula Pink Rotary Cutter. I started using it and fell in love with it. The weight on it is so nice to cut with, and it is very easy to hold. But the first time I went to change the blade, I looked at it and then had to go and find the directions. Fortunately, I kept them in the box, and I found the box that I put in a safe place so that I would know right where it was (good thing I remembered, but I do not always).

So after reading the directions, I figured it out. So I decided to do a video for all the visual learners. One thing that is very important is how to hold the cutter and hold the bolt in tight, so the plastic cover goes on smoothly.  Some have experienced problems with the plastic piece breaking, and then the rotary cutter will not stay together. I have changed the blade over 30 times and use the rotary cutter every day at the store and have not had a problem for over a year.  In fact, we use two.

I love my cutter, so I want to make sure it lasts.

Happy Quilting,
Margo

Tula Pink Rotary Cutter

Margo
Margo


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