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    IMO a perfect cutter.

    I love mine. No more forgetting to close it. Has a lock on it too. 50% off.

    Olfa ® Deluxe Rotary Cutter 45mm at Joann.com
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    Joanne

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    That is the one I use. I love it
    Karen
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      #3
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      My sister has that one and swears by it, as I do my Martelli!!!!
      pat.

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        Great cutter.
        Had mine for years! Used to use it for other crafts before I found quilting.

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          #5
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          That's the only one I own I've had it for 10 years! I agree, best rotary cutter

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            #6
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            That's the one I have too! Had the other kind when I 1st started quilting & cut myself the very 1st time I used it......so I went back to the store and bought this one. love it!
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              #7
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              That is the one I have, too.

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                #8
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                Me too, and I love it!
                Cil
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                  #9
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                  I have this one too...works really well!
                  TODAY IS A GOOD DAY...TO HAVE A GOOD DAY...Genny

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                    #10
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                    My choice also, I have two, in case I can't find the one I just misplaced!
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                      #11
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                      I have that one and I agree it is good but... If you have any hand issues, like arthritis, I think the Martelli is worth the extra money. I love mine.
                      Vernona:icon_hi:

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                        #12
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                        My husband got me that one for a Christmas gift this past Christmas and I love it. I only use this one now.

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                          #13
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                          I have that one and love it, too. Just last week bought a second one and also the Olfa 28mm. I understand it is easier to use when cutting around very small templates like the mini & 5 inch tumbler or the 5 inch half hexi. I haven't used it yet so the jury is still out on it.
                          Gerri

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                            #14
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                            I bought this one a few months ago and LOVE it!!

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                              #15
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                              I'm new at quilting, and I've gotten a lot of my supplies built up. What I'm wondering about is the rotary cutters. I have a 45mm because that seems to be the popular one, but can anyone explain the difference between the 18mm, 28mm, 45mm, and 60mm? Are there certain times or materials where you should use one of the others? Also, some are listed as "heavy duty". What is the difference? Thanks for any advice you can give me.

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