This year our company’s namesake, Grace Bagley, would have been 100 years old. In honor of her 100th birthday we are releasing this limited edition TrueCut My Comfort Cutter in one of her favorite colors: LAVENDER. We only have a limited supply so celebrate with us and get yours now.
CELEBRATE IN LAVENDER!!!
Say goodbye to sore hands and cutting fatigue with the My Comfort Cutter - The Ultimate Ergonomic Rotary Cutter. This top-of-the-line rotary cutter is expertly crafted with a comfort curve grip that makes cutting easier, safer, and more accurate than ever before. Designed to reduce stress on your wrist and arm, this ergonomic handle will keep you comfortable for hours of crafting or quilting.
But the benefits don't stop there. With a track-and-guide system, you can be sure that every cut will be straight and true, even if you're new to rotary cutting. Seasoned cutters will appreciate the My Comfort Cutter's simplicity and ease of use, making it the perfect tool for all skill levels.
Crafted with precision and care, the My Comfort Cutter is the essential tool for any quilter or crafter who demands the best. So why settle for dull blades and sore hands when you can upgrade to the ultimate ergonomic rotary cutter? Choose the My Comfort Cutter today and experience the difference for yourself!
The Ultimate Ergonomic Rotary Cutter.
The My Comfort Cutter™ is the top-of-the-line ergonomic rotary cutter. Its comfort curve grip is especially designed to make rotary cutting easier, safer, and more accurate. Seasoned cutters will appreciate how the handle reduces stress on the wrist and arm, and everyone from beginners to advanced cutters loves the "track-and-guide" for straight cuts every time!
Part of the innovation in the design of the My Comfort Cutter is its simplicity. The handle is really the same kind of handle as a traditional rotary cutter, but by moving the head of the cutter right below the point of the most cutting power, your wrist will be naturally aligned with your arm. Now you can cut with more power using less effort!
You don't have to re-learn how to hold the cutter either! Just hold it the same way you would hold any traditional rotary cutter. Most people like to hold it one of three ways: finger on top, thumb on top, or both to the side.