The Olfa 18mm Rotary Cutter is perfect for intricate and detailed cutting of fabric and paper. This one-of-a-kind cutter is designed for a number of applications. We really love this size for FPP and it makes a great tool to have next to your sewing machine.
Perfect for cutting appliqué, curved quilt pieces, templates, and trim seams in no time. Great size for taking with you to class! Easy blade change for safety and efficiency! Perfect for use in travel! The blade is made of high quality stainless steel for unparalleled sharpness and superior edge retention. Designed for both right and left-handed user.
Good For: cuts detailed or curved piece quilting, applique, trimming seams, template cutting, scrapbooking and miniature quilting
- Color: Yellow
- Made of: Plastic and metal
- Use: Rotary Cutter
- Size: 18mm Blade
- Included: One Rotary Cutter
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