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Thread: Cutting a straight line

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    stay-at-home's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mic-pa
    HI, Just wondering why you folks don't just go buy the rulers for cutting that are already marked with the proper measurements. There are many rulers out there used with rotary cutters that are excellant. Marge
    I think it's because of the cost!

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    Super Member Barb M's Avatar
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    wow stay at home, that is very interesting! Thanks for the tip. Right now i just use a plastic 16" ruler from the dollar store, works good for now, but yes, i don't want to pay the money they want for fancy rulers, great ideas! Also, to stop my ruler from slipping, i just place a piece of masking tape on the bottom side of the ruler, one piece at each end, works great :)

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