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Fiskars 24X36 Inch Self Healing Rotary Cutting Mat
- Extra-large mat provides ample space for all your fabric-cutting needs
- Self-healing mat provides a cutting surface that lasts longer than others
- Easy-to-read measuring grid on both sides means you can turn the mat over for double the usage
- 30-, 45- and 60-degree bias lines make creating triangle and star shapes easy
- Lifetime warranty
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Fiskars largest Cutting Mat is perfectly sized for cutting full widths of fabric right off the bolt, extra-large fabric squares and long fabric strips. A self-healing mat with measuring grids on both sides gives you a work surface that outlasts other mats. Included bias lines make shape cutting and cutting at angles a breeze.
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Self-healing mat provides a cutting surface that outlasts others.
Stores Small, Cuts Big
Longer cutting surface is ideal for cutting full widths of fabric right off the bolt.
Measuring grids on both sides allow for clear readability and doubles the life of the mat.
Fiskars promotes achievement and self-expression by focusing on easy to use, innovative tools to make gardening, cooking and crafting more enjoyable. The Fiskars brand is part of Fiskars Group, which was founded in Finland in 1649 and has become a leading functional and living products company with a strong brand portfolio including Fiskars, Iittala, Gerber, Wedgewood and Waterford.
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Now, let me fill you in on some things I have noticed with longer use: You have to clean the product after each cutting session. Yes, After EACH cutting session! So after I have finished sewing for the day, I get a damp towel and clean the cut lines really good. The reason behind doing this is that little tiny piece of the fabric gets trapped in the cut lines and then it "heals" itself around the fabric. Now I have some cut lines that do not appear fully healed. I think I will take the product out in the heat and then clean it again, maybe that will open up the cut lines in order for me to get the microscopic lint out of there. I'm a little OCD about keeping things looking nice, so this may not bother other people, but it's important to know. I found this to be a problem mostly with glittery fabrics.
I have had Fiskars for years.....No way this will last like my last one. :-(
Come on, let's face it. SIZE DOES MATTER. All these other sayings and “truisms” were started by people who didn't have big tools. They were started as a means to cover up inadequacies and ever since, we have been told that we need to accept them.
Well, I'm here to tell you that I'm done accepting other people's false truisms. I'm done being told to accept and believe their lies. I'm done playing the patsy and pretending what they say is true. It's not. I'm going to stand up and say that I FIRMLY believe that SIZE DOES MATTER. The bigger the tool, the better. Yes, how you use it matters, but if you are starting with a small, inadequate tool, you will always be wondering about what you are missing out on. When it comes down to it, in the end, you can only do so much with a few inches. It's frustrating and just never fully satisfies.
If you are lucky and wise to have found a big tool to play with and use, and those of you out there who have know who you are, then you know what I am talking about. No more frustration from not being able to finish the job without having to jump through hoops or make up for its limited size. No more having to always be flipping things over, turning around, trying to make it stay when it wants to just keep slipping off and falling because it's just too small.
A big, properly sized tool is just a pleasure to use. It fits well, doesn't let things roll or slide off and gives you the size you need to really fool around and discover your inner creative self. It lets you use your imagination, to discover, to see new things instead of spending and wasting your time trying to make a small, inadequate tool do the job of a big, pleasurable one.
We all know we want this tool. We know we should always get the biggest tool of its type that we possibly can. We appreciate its self healing ability for those times that we may have used it too much or too hard. We don't have to worry, just give it a little time and it will spring back from all the hard use we put it through. It's durable and meant to last for many, many years of pleasurable enjoyment. If you don't have a private room to use it and store it in, just keep it under your bed. But please, whatever you do to it or how you use it, please don't roll it up and toss it in a corner. It needs to be kept in a prone position if it is going to continue to give you years of pleasure and enjoyment.
Yes it comes with lines on both sides, and unlike our own lines, these lines are really highly appreciated. Wrinkles they are not, they are nice, straight 30, 45 and 60 degree angles. I personally find myself using the 60 degree angle the most. I like a nice, strong angle that I know is there to help me see my dreams, my desires and my imaginations come true.
It's an intriguing tool, too, having both a light and dark side to it because as we all know, sometimes you can see better when with the dark side. Just choose the light or the dark side to stop any boredom from setting in. Give it a gentle caress with a soft lint-free cloth when you are done using it. You want to keep those new cut lines free from small debris and lint so that they will heal, otherwise, foreign particles will get into the cut lines and clog its pores. When you have finished for the day, be sure to store it either flat or hanging from the wall. Let it have a meaningful rest so that it will be there and fulfill your needs the next time around.
Now, like me, go forth and set your imagination free with this tool! And remember, the bigger the tool, the better!
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