I've had mine for years, and it's great for cutting stacks of fabrics super fast. This is the 14" size cutting revolver. It's very sturdy and rotates so smoothly. Not like some of the copy-cat versions of rotating cutting mats. This is the real thing. Put some of those little sandpaper stickers on your templates and you can cut stacks and stacks of fabric up on the revolver ---fast! I cut 12 pieces of fabric at one time with the 3" tumbler template.
I used 3" tiny tumblers of 30's prints for this quilt. It measures approx. 58" x 45". I quilted it using a favorite Jodi Beamish pantograph. "Butterfly Gardens" with Superiors So-Fine thread and Hobbs 80/20 batting.
The quilt backing is pieced with some Little Red Riding Hood fabric I had in my stash. I was very tempted to go to the fabric store and buy several yards of new 30's print fabric to matchy-matchy the front prints, but I'm also determined to use up fabric that is in the stash if possible. I thought at first this particular print was not going to work, but after adding the red binding it turned out better than I imagined!
One more project--finished!