The Martha Stewart Crafts Fringe Cutter is a unique tool that allows you to create fringe for crafts, parties and gifts quickly and effortlessly. This innovative 5-blade Fringe Cutter can create a variety of fringe widths, and the alignment guide helps for quick repeats. Use with craft paper, tissue and mylar to make banners, garlands, tassels and more. Watch now!
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Step 1: Make Sure the Cutting Shuttle Is in the Unlocked Position
When you press on the shuttle the blades should come down.
Step 2: Unlock the Knob on the Measuring Guide, Slide to Desired Length, and Lock in Place
Set length based on desired amount of fringe.
Step 3: Fold 2 Layers of Tissue Paper in Half Twice
Step 4: Open the Latch to the Ruler Arm and Raise Up
Step 5: Insert Paper With the End You Just Folded Away From You
For half inch fringe line up paper with the 1/2in mark, and make sure it is flush with the raised edge of the ruler.
Step 6: Holding Down the Ruler Arm, Slide the Shuttle Up to the Measuring Guide, and in One Motion Press Down and Move the Shuttle Towards You
Step 7: Slide the Tissue Paper So the Last Cut Lines Up With the 1/2in Mark
Repeat process and continue cutting fringe until the end of the paper.
Step 8: To Make Larger Fringe You Will Need to Remove Some of the Blades
Pull out the blade's safety lock to put the shuttle into the locked position.
Step 9: Open the Ruler Arm Then Open the Door on the Base of the Tool
Remove a plastic blade cover by pushing up from the bottom
Step 10: Place Cover Over the Blade to Be Removed, Slide Tool and Remove the Blade
For 1 inch fringe remove the 2nd and 4th blade
Step 11: For 1 Inch Fringe Line Up Tissue Paper With the 1 Inch Mark
Repeat cutting steps until the end of the paper has been reached.