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Thread: Different quilting ruler looks easy

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    I just purchased this ruler, it's pretty cool. Really accurate. Everyone should get one.

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    Thanks for the information. It seems like a graet ruler. I guess have to wait for the price of it.

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    Good to know i was wondering and i saved it my favorites for now.

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    Hey thanks I will do that now. Your the best

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    Hey that's pretty neat. I saved the site. I think I'll order it payday
    THANKS

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    It looks like there might be 2 pieces to buy? Hard to see from the pic, and not sure I read the description right... The ruler is one price and then the H-Q-S for the seam allowance is another part to purchase?

    Did anyone else notice... or can you see if the H-Q-S pieces are in with the ruler?

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    I have one of these rulers, in fact I was using it on Sunday! The H-Q-F is a separate piece that adds seam allowance for different triangles (if I remember correctly). The standard ruler comes with the yellow guideline that snaps on the back to butt your fabric up against, and the little lavendar circles that help you when you're cutting at an angle, instead of straight.
    The only thing I don't care for is that it only comes 12" long.

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    Oh man, i didn't catch that hmmmmmmmmmmmm. Well, i know they were having a hard time with my credit card so I'll e-mail her and add that to my order and HOPEFULLY it will go through.

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