Cutting will be done with scissors by carefully following the grain, or an easier way, is to put a
small snip where you want to make the cut and then pick up one of the burlap fibers and pull it
through all the way from the other side. The burlap will gather up but that is okay, just keep pulling until you reach other side. This will leave a gap between the weave that you can follow with your scissors without having to scrutinize so closely.
Once your piece is cut out always zig zag the outside edges to prevent fraying….some people even use masking tape.
That's all for today folks. Been watching too much TV and staying up too late to be clever. Crawled out of bed at 10:00 this morning and feel like I've been hit by a truck. I won't make it to work until noon. Someone said the other day....you aren't really late until to get there. Boy, the thunder is really loud. Must be directly overhead as I felt that one in my bones!
Happy Halloween everyone!