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Cut to It: Strategies for Smarter Quilting

Join pattern designer Debbie Caffrey to discover her efficient, expert cutting techniques for both beginner and experienced quilters. Set up an ergonomic workspace and position your hands correctly to keep your ruler in place and your fingers safe. Discover speedy tips for cutting strips, four-patches, diamonds and chevrons. Use quarter, half-square and Tri-Recs rulers to quickly create perfect half and quarter-square triangles, Flying Geese, trapezoids and more. Transform squares into Delect...

Cost: $30 Per Course

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Join pattern designer Debbie Caffrey to discover her efficient, expert cutting techniques for both beginner and experienced quilters. Set up an ergonomic workspace and position your hands correctly to keep your ruler in place and your fingers safe. Discover speedy tips for cutting strips, four-patches, diamonds and chevrons. Use quarter, half-square and Tri-Recs rulers to quickly create perfect half and quarter-square triangles, Flying Geese, trapezoids and more. Transform squares into Delectable Mountain and split nine-patch blocks. Create perfect half-square triangles with a bias-strip pieced method. Plus, get charts you can use to adapt these units to any size project. Learn clever cutting techniques for pre-cuts and yardage and finish your next, favorite quilt sooner.

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  • Level of Difficulty: Beginner
  • Size: Massive Open Online Course
  • Instructor: Debbie Caffrey
  • Cost: $30 Per Course
  • Institution: Craftsy

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