Rotary cutters were a great invention that made scissors seem tedious and downright painful. With its wheeled blade and large handle, a rotary cutter was easy for quilters who thought their hands couldn’t take quilting any longer. It allowed many quilters to take back their craft, but those razor-sharp blades also bring their fair share of dangers.
Welcome back for more Tuesday GO! Tips from Eleanor Burns.
The tips below from Eleanor's GO! Sampler book include setting up your sewing machine, using jumper squares, pressing your pieces, and understanding block instructions.
Eleanor Burns is back again sharing more tips from her 136-page GO! Sampler book! If you haven't bought this book yet, be sure to put it on your wish list this holiday season! With a wealth of quilt block designs and patterns, it is something every quilter should add to their quilt book collection.