I recently acquired a box of cotton Tshirts at pennies on the dollar.
Does anyone have any hints on the most efficient way to cut them into
Doing them one by each with a pair of scissors is time consuming and a
I just take a utility knife to them as needed. No need to make up a bunch
of them ahead of time. Unless, of course, you have a super need for shop
It ain't pretty. And the sizes, shapes, etc can vary greatly. But rags are
Oh, goodie! Now I can afford those plastic shims and painter's
(Why limit it for Christmas, Rob?)
Speaking of Robs, where'd Toy disappear to?
[Television is] the triumph of machine over people.
-- Fred Allen
To to a hobby store or a sewing store and buy an inexpensive rotary cutter.
You can cut 8~12 layers at once and it works like but much better than a
pizza cutter. To this over a wood surface and be careful with the razor
sharp cutting wheel.
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