How to make a Rotary Cutter Cover

January 16, 2019




Here at Darvanalee Designs Studio, we love all things useful. We especially love to make things that we can use in our sewing room and while travelling...See below for all your cutting instructions...So what will you learn in this Sewing Tutorial video, I will be showing you how to handcraft this usable Rotary Cutter Cover...It is a perfect way to keep your Rotary Cutter safe from damage when travelling. The Rotary Cutter Cover will also protect you when you are searching through your sewing supplies. You will learn how to curve your corners. How to attach a strap closure and how to use your pinking shears on curves... Let's get started. 


You will need the following 


.20cm (10") Exterior Fabric 

 .20cm (10") Lining Fabric

.20cm Fusible (10") Fleece or Wadding 

 2" x 4.25" SF 101 


Cutting Instructions

Cut the Exterior, Lining and Fussible Fleece to 

46cm x 10cm (18" x 4") 

Cut 1 closure tab 5cm x 10.5cm (2" x 4.25")

then fuse the Fussible Fleece to the Exterior 

fabric...and the  SF101 to the closure tab...


You can now see all the assembly instructions in the video below






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Happy Quilting and Crafting ") N

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