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Mar 12, 2014

The Brand New ScanNCut By Brother

I am often asked which cutting machine I think is the best. It's hard to answer since there is so much personal preference to these fun electronic's. The good news is that there are some GREAT products on the market right now! With that said, I am happy to introduce the latest player in the world of electronic cutting machines - The ScanNcut by Brother! You may recognize Brother as a maker of scanner's, printers and sewing machines. They definitely are a brand we all recognize. It is not a surprise that they have brought their great products into the world of crafting!
 This fun and new toy was one of the hottest and most anticipated items at CHA this winter. In fact, it left the show as not only one of the Hottest products of 2014 but was actually voted first place!

I am also thrilled to mention that the brand new ScanNCut will be available at Scrapbook USA Expo in just a few weeks!
Nuttalls Bernina (a great fabric shop by the way) is going to be with us March 28-29th and they will bring along with them a number of really fun "power tools" including the new ScanNCut! I love the crossover between sewing and paper crafting. I love both creative outlets and I am thrilled to see that this fine machine caters to both the paper crafter as well as the sewers.

So, what is so unique about the ScanNCut? How about this:

*Create your own patterns
*no cartridges. Cut personalized elements, including handwriting
*Cut a variety of surfaces and materials
*Cut fabric with ease. You can even draw in sewing guidelines and add a seam allowance
 *Like to quilt? create custom quilt blocks and cut several pieces at one time.
Make sure to stop by the Nuttall's booth at the show. They will have giveaways that you won't want to miss out on!! Plus their booth will have demo's of the new ScanNCut as well as other great products plus there will be lot's of education for the current crafter and sewer.

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