Morton Teeny Circle System

$29.95 USD
Item# 7158
Availability: Expected to be available January 20, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Cuts circles and rounded corners for fast projects
  • Makes circles 6" and under
  • Tool for left or right handed users
  • Easy to use instructions

Product Description

Easily and Accurately Cut Even the Smallest Circles
Turn your Morton grid surface into a system for cutting small circles (6" and under) for lamps, quilt designs, coasters, jewelry and more. Cutter comes with easy-to-understand instructions in both left-handed and right-handed versions.

Circle system shown above with the Morton Mini Surface Plus (#7125) and Custom Grip Supercutter #5200 (sold separately). Although shown with Mini Grid Surface, system also works with Waffle Grids item #5424. Delphi now offers exclusive instructions on using Waffle Grids with Morton tools. Click "View User Manual" above to see Waffle Grid instructions.

Artist Joanne Kozuchowski. From Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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Pros : i used this system to cut several circles. they all were the same size, it worked very well
Cons : didn't have any compliant about it
Other Thoughts : i am glad i bought it
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