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Old 05-27-2010, 12:29
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Default Can the cuttlekids cut felt?

I wasn't sure exactly where to post this. I was just wondering if anyone knows if the cuttlekids can cut felt? I seen a lot of them at a local thrift store for a few bucks and want to try it out, but want to make sure it cuts felt first. Thanks in Advance!

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Old 05-27-2010, 06:02
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Default Re: Can the cuttlekids cut felt?

Not sure what a Cuttlekids is. Do you mean a Cuttlebug? I think the only thing good for cutting felt is the Sizzix or any other hand press machine. Nothing electronic. The blade gets tangled in the felt.
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Old 05-27-2010, 06:46
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Default Re: Can the cuttlekids cut felt?

My cuttlebug does cut felt.. I have to put a really thin piece of cardboard under it. I like what it does, but is a little time consuming. I do love the cuttlebug machine. I got mine at michaels for half off and I think it was around 40.00.. I have not seen any machines at the thrifts but if I did I would snap them up.
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Old 05-27-2010, 11:48
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Default Re: Can the cuttlekids cut felt?

Cuttlekids dies: I'd say yes & no. I wouldn't recommend investing on their dies.

Yes: It does cut but barely...really, really barely...

No: I had to "manually" cut with scissor the rest of the part that didn't cut.
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Default Re: Can the cuttlekids cut felt?

it does cut, but if you're buying a new machine i would recommend a sizzix or regular cuttlebug. this way you can use larger dies later, including the ones that have many shapes in one for your bows and clips I purchased and then had to go get the sizzix.
now that I have a reg.sizzix i realize i need a bigz cutter.
yikes!! ..
i don't know about the smaller dies, though, from other companies.. when used in the cuttlebug. if that makes sense!
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Old 07-27-2010, 07:36
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Default Re: Can the cuttlekids cut felt?

sorry I know this is an old post but thought i might reply because i searched every where for an answer.
I have a cuttlebug and have successfully cut felt in it using the cuttle kid dies i just did 2 pass through instead of one. I think the is very similar given its from the same company. I suggest giving it a few passes through.

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