Drywall T-squares aren’t just for drywall

Drywall T-square used to cut fabric, photo

This tip was one of those aha! inspirations for me. Ever need a straight edge to measure and cut a large piece of fabric, cardboard, or paper? Forget cheap yardsticks (you’ll only slice slivers of wood off when cutting) or expensive T-squares (that for some reason are never really square) or fancy metal rulers (that usually aren’t long enough).

Pick yourself up a drywall T-square. They’re four feet long, sturdy, and only about $12 at your local hardware store. Now I use it for cutting all large materials like fabric, poster board, or cardboard. And the next time I cut drywall, it will come in especially handy.

Drywall T-square used to cut cardboard, photo
Crafty Nest drywall T-square Pinterest photo

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