3/4" Pattern Cutter Set

$18.95 USD
Item# 68707
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Make precise, even shapes quickly and easily, simply by pressing the cutter into the clay. It works just like a cookie cutter! Features a spring-returned plunger to eject the clay cut-out with no hassle. Use multiple sizes (available in 3/16", 3/8" and 3/4") to layer cutouts. Set includes all 3/4" cutters in round, teardrop, star/flower and heart shapes.

Additional image shown from "The Art of Metal Clay." Artist: Sherri Haab.

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  • Includes four cutter shapes: round, teardrop, star/flower and heart

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