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Thread: 9 degree wedge ruler

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    Senior Member sdeaaz's Avatar
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    9 degree wedge ruler

    What is a 9 degree wedge ruler and where can I find one. I have a Sprial table runner pattern that calls for that tool. I have a dresden plate wedge ruler, would that work... Thanks. Quilter 1234

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    I haven't made a Dresden yet, but have the pattern for the spiral table runner. It says you can use a 9 or a 10 degree ruler, but the 10 will make it bigger. I one I got is 25" long and 9 degrees wide. I'll see if I can find one online for you. We sell them at the store I work in.

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    Here's the official site: http://dohenypublications.mybigcommerce.com/
    Don't know if you can find it cheaper or not. That is the price we charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patti25314 View Post
    I It says you can use a 9 or a 10 degree ruler, but the 10 will make it bigger. I one I got is 25" long and 9 degrees wide.
    Still looks really nice, and if the exact size isn't important, I would just go with what I had. (But then, that's just me!)

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    thanks, Ladies..... Quilter 1234

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    I got mine here..Phillips Fiber Art and it was around $20 and they also have free patterns

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