Does this Notion REALLY work? The Olfa Splash Rotary Mat. Rotary mats (and cutters) have been around for a long time. In fact, it was Olfa who invented the rotary cutter in 1979. It’s amazing how this nifty notion turned into something ground breaking. Olfa continues to develop new and clever gizmos and the newest Olfa Splash Rotary Mat is no different. Let’s check them out.
Olfa Splash Rotary Mat
The Olfa Splash Rotary mat is designed to work with the Olfa rotary cutters. There are lots of different shapes and sizes!
Shown above are the following rotary cutter:
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Here are the projects shown, just click on the image to be directed to the project:
Who is Olfa?
Olfa is a leader in the home cutting solutions. They first invented the rotary cutter in 1979 and have been creating new innovative products ever since.
When did Olfa create the Splash Rotary Mat?
The Splash Rotary mats were released Valentines day 2018.
What does it look like?
There are currently two colors, Pink with white lines and Aqua with yellow lines. Of course Olfa is known for their signature green with yellow marks.
The Olfa Splash Rotary mat has measurements 12″ tall by 18″ wide. There are 1″ and 1/4″ markings plus lots of additional quilting markings.
Where can I get one?
Always ask your local shop and tell them I sent you!
Available April 2018!!! Pre-order now!
If you can’t wait or they don’t have it, then check with the Fat quarter shop.
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Fun Facts you should know!
- Rotary mats are sensitive to hot and cold temperatures so don’t leave them in your car
- Always store your mat flat and not on it’s side
- You can recycle old mats into templates
- Try cleaning your rotary mat with an Art Gum eraser It will help pull out the fibers and not gum up the mat. Plus it leaves no residue
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