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Thread: How to make your own Twister Ruler

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    How to make your own Twister Ruler

    Here's how to make your own Twister Ruler


    http://yarn-or-fabric.weebly.com/how...-template.html

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    ​Thanks for sharing the link.

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    Thanks!!!!!!!
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    thanks for the link
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    Thanks for the link. I've been wondering if it would really be all that hard. I have an extra 61/2 square up ruler and was going to try it, that way I don't have to cut any acrylic.
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    I'm going to send that link to my hubby!!
    Thanks for sharing!!
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    This is great..always wondered how to do this, this should save me some money..to spend on fabric!! Yea

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    I just took my 6 1/2" square ruler and used 1/4" tape to mark the lines at the angles needed to make the twister. This can be done on any size of square ruler. I also marked on the tape with a pen a small arrow so I used the same side of the tape so all cutting would be the same. When I am done I can just remove the tape. It is the 1/4" quilters tape. I got 3 rolls for 50 cents a roll on clearance at Walmart. I have also used the tape to make other designs on basic rulers like wedges and wonky squares and visual openings for fussy cutting.

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    Great link. Thanks.
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    Very creative. So many talented and crafty people on this board.

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