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Post by toye on 2011-06-30, 22:34

The Fringer maschines are quite expencive although I have one for many years. But I was looking around for something that could help my ladies. I came upon this clip and tried it out, and it worked, it is 6" (15cm) long. I placed the paper inbetween the clips to the length that I wish and did the cutting. I cut as far as it goes to the edge, I found this cooking devices
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Post by Quill Me on 2011-07-01, 02:43

Cool idea!

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Post by KrazeeLdy on 2011-07-01, 07:48

Chip Clip! Smile Love your ideas Toye!!

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Post by Arena on 2011-09-28, 11:10

Well...

Thank you for sharing this idea...
This idea is really very useful and benefited for all of us.. nice to see you all here...

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Post by Kat on 2012-03-14, 21:39

Can we get this in the UK?

I fringe by hand and it takes me ages and isn't all nice and neat either!

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Post by Quill Me on 2012-03-14, 21:47

You can use a bulldog clip, Kat. Or you may find these plastic ones in supermarkets, I think

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Post by Kat on 2012-03-15, 00:12

Oh I see! I thought it actually made the fringing for you, but it doesn't, it just holds the paper whilst you cut it - duh! Ha ha.

Yes, a large bulldog clip will do the same job.

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Re: to cut flower fringer

Post by soorya on 2012-04-20, 06:38

hi guys
this forum is cool
i'm a beginner and i cud find a lot of tips.
thanx a lot.
can any body help me out with how to do a fringed leaf.
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Post by Quill Me on 2012-04-20, 06:49

Welcome Soorya,
I rarely use a fringing machine, so I cut a leaf shape out of green paper . Then I fold in Half and cut small narrow cuts with scissors. Then open out and you have your fringed leaf.
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Re: to cut flower fringer

Post by lizw0901 on 2012-05-16, 18:45

Hi Everyone,
I tried the fringing machine from Quilled Creations, first of all I found it very difficult to get the paper to thread under the cutter. Then I found the paper would not move along and all I succeeded in doing was making a hole in the paper.
As there wasn't anything I could see to make an adjustment to change what was happening I decided to take the machine back to the supplier.
I'm now using a buldog clip and it has proved to be a quick and easy method.

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Post by lindabinda on 2012-05-27, 21:07

I do mine freehand but had thought about using a bulldog clip!
Now I know it will work will have to try and find one in a good size!
Thanks quillers :-)
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