Doesn’t it always happen that your rotary blade waits until the fabric store is closed to become too dull to cut effectively?  Penny from Penny’s Hands shares a way you can sharpen your rotary cutter blade using a common household material.  (I won’t spill the beans here; you’ll have to go to her blog to find out what it is.)  It’s a quick and easy way to squeeze a little bit more life out of an dulled rotary blade.  Go to Penny’s Hands to find out how to do it.

[thank you to Heather for sending me this link!]

[photo from Penny's Hands]

By Anne Weaver




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  1. Ellie on October 8, 2011 10:59 am

    Every year at quilt camp, it seems someone always comes up with a blade that needs sharpening! Next year I will be packing some foil to check this out. Thanks for sharing the tip!
    Ellie

  2. Nix on May 31, 2012 2:49 am

    It’s a quick and easy way to squeeze a little bit more life out of an dulled rotary blade.

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