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Press Release

Necessity proves mother of invention
for innovative local team


Gainesville, FL – The FussyCut 3in1™ tool began as Richard Hilton’s simple solution to his quilter wife Beverley’s problem of how to get a clean accurate inside cut, known in quilter’s parlance as a fussy cut, using a rotary cutter – an impossible task by existing means.


The pair worked the tool back and forth over the next several weeks until it included additional
tools and measuring devices that make it an instant staple for quilters and people who sew.


In addition to the inside corner cutter, the FussyCut 3in1 provides a center-finding ruler, an eighth-inch grid, a guide that verifies seam allowances from 1/8" to 3/4", Y-seam and binding marking tool, plus inch and metric rulers – all in a space of just 9" by 5 1/4".


Made of superior quality cell-cast red or green iridescent plexiglass, FussyCut 3in1 is easy to
find in a target-rich creative environment.
“It began as three tools in one, and even though its functions have expanded, we decided to keep the original name,” said Richard Hilton.

Under their brand CraftyBev, Gainesville residents Rick and Bev Hilton are marketing the FussyCut 3in1 and other unique and hard-to-find tools to quilt, sewing and craft shops nationwide. Demonstrations of the multi-purpose tool have consistently resulted in a positive response from sewers and quilters, according to co-inventor Beverley Hilton.

In addition to theCraftyBev branding, FussyCut and other tools can be customized with organization or store names, logos, and other information.

For more information, go to the website, www.CraftyBev.com or contact Beverley Hilton at (352) 281-4184.


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