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Thread: Talk me out of this

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    Looks complicated and storage may be an issue. Your call in the end.
    Linda

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    Change is good. Start looking at fabric you wouldn't otherwise buy and stay away from the gadgets. Or wait for the next new thing to come out and ask us again to talk you out of buying them.

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    I bought 3 of these at JoAnns for 1/2 the cost of just the cheapest one with a 50%off entire purchase a couple years ago. My GD used one to make a paper quilt for her art class this past Christmas. I tried to use them but I felt like they were more hindrance than help.

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    They are toooooooo pricey for my pocket book.

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    Yeah, I agree - much to specialized to get much use from. Keep looking for another gadget or get more fabric!

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    Don't really see the need for them. I think they would just sit on the shelf and never be used.
    Take them out of your cart. Use the money for more 'fabric'. LOL

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    Price doesn't bother me when I want to try something new for quilting but I don't want to try these. Too much extra work involved. For the price, the Alto Quilt Cut 2 does basically the same thing.
    Got fabric?

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    Just a thought, but do you really want them? Maybe not since you are asking for assistance in a decision.

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    Don't do it!! The more gadgets you have the less you use them. If you already have a ruler for cutting triangles do you really need another one. Do you use the one you have? The only thing I can see that's different about these rulers are the screw (screw??, really??).

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    Think of the fabric you could buy .... if you purchased it instead of the rulers. Now if you really NEED them, then go for it, if its just another ruler to add to your collection, then I would pass on them.
    Amythyst

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