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Old 11-16-2011, 11:19
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Default Re: Help! How to hold tulle in place to make "PIXIE" cuts

Originally Posted by pinny View Post
I use thin canvas art boards when I am making tutus. I have them in all the sizes that I need. I use the cookie sheet method, where you just wrap your tulle around the board, slip in a cutting mat and use your rotary cutter and a ruler to cut.

When I make a pixie cut, I just use the marks on the cutting mat and cut it on an angle from one side to the other.

Hope this helps you.

Pinny & Tunny
Do you trim your ends after you cut them off the board? I have tried this method which is a lot quicker, but I end up having to trim the ends, am I doing something wrong?

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