I am excited to share this post with you today! I’ve been meaning to have it up for a few weeks, but if you are a regular reader you may have noticed that I haven’t been posting quite as much as usual. It’s been a busy past few months around here! A couple months ago I was contacted by Jonathan Mayne, a producer of unique quilling products in Australia. I had seen his website and products online before, but had never had the chance to purchase any of them myself, and I didn’t sell them when I owned my quilling supply shop either. Jonathan kindly offered to send me one of his new safety quilling fringers and some cool papers to make fringed flowers, to review for the blog. That was a no brainer, I was so excited and said yes!
Jonathan Mayne has come out with a SafetyFringer. A fantastic creation which I had the opportunity to review.
A fringer is a quilling tool that fringes paper strips for you.
What we have widely available in the market are the metal fringers that cut either 90 degrees or 45 degrees. I have a metal 90 degree fringer and it took a bit to learn how to use it. Plus its tedious and my fingers do tire fringing with the metal fringers. There are scissors that also fringe – so you have a variety of tools out there.