Rotary Cutter Case

A couple weeks ago the Pine Needle Quilt Shop, where I teach, held its annual fall Open House. I was on hand to promote my upcoming classes and share a sewing project or two. It’s always fun to talk to customers, fondle the newest fabrics in the shop, and visit with the other teachers. Local luminaries Violet Craft, Christina Cameli, and Rachel Kerley are joining the ranks of Pine Needle teachers this fall. I’m in good company!

One of the sewing projects I showed off at Open House was a rotary cutter case I designed a couple of years ago. I made up a few samples, which we gave away as door prizes:

Rotary Cutter Cases

These cases are also good for eyeglasses but I prefer them for rotary cutters. Don’t they look like little coats?

They make great gifts. And the holiday season is fast approaching. Hmmm . . . I’m thinking a tutorial is in order (and maybe even a giveaway!). What do you think, readers? Would you like to know how to make an eyeglasses case or rotary cutter coat?

 

 

 

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17 Responses to Rotary Cutter Case

  1. Mary says:

    This is a great idea, especially with the holidays coming. I already have a few friends in mind who would love to have one.

  2. Courtenay Hughes says:

    I would love a tutorial!

  3. Anna Schmidt says:

    I would love a tutorial on these. Too cute!

  4. Rosemary Martens says:

    Would love to see a tutorial… Have lots of friends who could really use one of them.

  5. Pat Williams says:

    Wonderful idea and I need to get these made for our quilt guild ladies for Christmas ASAP and also for our Benefit for the handicapped to raise money to help with their travels back and forth to the doctor. Would absolutely love a tutorial.

  6. Vivienne says:

    Those are adorable, Dawn! I’d love to see a tutorial.

  7. rebecca says:

    I would love a tutorial as well. Always on the look out for new things to make.

  8. Karen says:

    They are adorable. I would love a tutorial.

  9. Vickie Rooks says:

    Hi, hoping this comment actually goes through. My computer or the electronic world has not liked me sending messages lately. First, loved, loved, loved the alphabet quilt. Very nicely done!

    Oh yes, a tutorial on the special rotary cutter would be great.
    Hope to lay eyes on you soon.
    Peace,
    V

  10. judy c says:

    Yes….Yes…..Yes!!! I would love to learn how to make a cute jacket for my rotary cutter!

  11. jane says:

    Yes, please. I’m somewhat new at sewing/quilting, so a pattern would be so helpful…and I could give them to the gals in my bee for Christmas! Thanks!

  12. Jennifer B says:

    Great gift idea, and I’d love to see a tutorial on the rotary cutter jacket.

  13. Sandy Pruss says:

    I would love to get your pattern for the rotary cutter! It is very cute, as we can expect from you.
    🙂 Sandy

  14. kshackabq says:

    YES, please! Thank you!

  15. Diane says:

    As a non-sewer (for very good reason), I can’t say I would benefit from a tutorial but I’m sure my twin sister and master sewer (and author of this neat blog) would like to have one of these for the rotary cutter she keeps at my house for sewing projects when she visits – like this Thanksgiving for instance! 😉

  16. Marilyn says:

    Would love a tutorial on this, would make great Christmas gifts. Also, looks like it could be adapted to make cover for DGD’s new iPod.

  17. Dawn says:

    Okay, everyone! Look for a tutorial in the next week or so.

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