« Estone Needle Felting Starter Kit Wool Felt Tools Mat + Scissors + Needle Craft Kit Bear Archery Logo Light Weight Back Quiver » 3 thoughts on “Lake City Craft Quilling Fringer” 16 of 17 people found the following review helpful Metal quilling fringer-straight cut, May 2, 2009 By Jealith “Jealith” (Brimfield, Ohio) – This review is from: Lake City Craft Quilling Fringer (Kitchen) I have one of these. It can be a pain to operate sometimes but it does make your fringe uniform and saves time, usually. Some papers are a hair to wide and it wont feed them, some are a hair to thin and the fringe isn’t as uniform, not that is shows after you roll your flower. The blade on mine was lose from day one and not only moves up and down but back and forth also. I can’t find any where that you can tighten it. It says it can be adjusted for a different width paper also but as far as I can see if you loosen any one of the screws, nothing moves to allow for a different width of paper. As far as directions go, I’ve given you more then what comes with the package. Mine was brand new when I bought it, so it’s still sharp but if you buy a used one I’ve heard that the blade can be worn out and has to be repositioned for it to cut again, good luck with that. This little dilly isn’t worth the money and you will be much better off practicing fringing by hand. I understand the 90% fringer runs around $70, I bet it’s not worth it either, and when you consider that they only cut two sizes of paper strips you can see why. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful Poor construction, June 6, 2010 By M. Lelonek (Texas) – This review is from: Lake City Craft Quilling Fringer (Kitchen) Purchased item as a gift did not use myself. Less than 24 hours after receiving user informed me that it was not cutting. I found that the blade was loose. Main block (body) of tool is aluminum and pin for holding blade, handle and the pin at pivot point no longer fit securely. All loose items were pressed into holes in the aluminum block but aluminum is too soft of a metal to keep them secure and holes became too large. I was able to glue items into block with 2 stage metal glue (JB weld would probly work) and has been working so far.(About 5 weeks). 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful Piece of Junk, May 20, 2010 By E. Rhoades – Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Lake City Craft Quilling Fringer (Kitchen) I am an artist who sells her quilled work. My plastic fringer broke after about a year of use, and I decided to get the metal one, Thinking it would last longer. It wouldn’t work from the first second I tried it. The paper kept jamming up in the machine, and woudln’t even feed through. It has been returned, and i’ll just buy my plastic model every year. That, at least, works. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews Was this review helpful to you? | Comment Reply Leave a comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.