Save Time by Cutting Many Strips to Size at Once

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It Works Great for Strips of Any Width!

If you’ve been quilting for long you’ve probably faced having to cut multiple strips to a certain length. While it helps to stack them, it still can be a tedious process as you can only cut a few at a time.





In the following video Stephanie from Quilt Addicts Anonymous shows how to use the markings on your mat to cut several strips to length at a time.

Save Time by Cutting Many Strips to Size at Once

This works best when you need to cut the same length from many strips. The strips can be any width. Just adjust accordingly, as shown in the video.

While we prefer to use the markings on the ruler, instead of on the mat for more accurate cuts, in this case the mat works perfectly. It’s an ingenious method that can save a lot of cutting time.

 

 

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