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Thread: deb's tucker trimmer

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    I would love to hear from people who have used this tool for squaring hst blocks. Is it worth the price?

    demos are on youtube
    website is www.studio180designs.net

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    I make all my HST using Triangulations so I never need to buy any tools or gizmos.

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    I like Deb Tucker's rulers, I have all of them. I have a mental block about squaring up stuff and the squaring up rulers are awesome. There's one side for 1/2" increments and one side for 1" increments on all the square up rulers.

    I just got the Lemoyne Star ruler, it was so easy to do and no Y seams. I've many projects with the Hunter's Star ruler too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamiestitcher62
    I like Deb Tucker's rulers, I have all of them. I have a mental block about squaring up stuff and the squaring up rulers are awesome. There's one side for 1/2" increments and one side for 1" increments on all the square up rulers.

    I just got the Lemoyne Star ruler, it was so easy to do and no Y seams. I've many projects with the Hunter's Star ruler too.
    Wow that's impressive.

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    I just attended a class that was all devb tucker. It was flying geese and migrating geese. Love her ruler and will plan on buying all of them. well worth the investment.

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    I've got 4 or 5 of Deb's rulers on my Christmas list - but normally Santa buys what Santa wants to buy.

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    All of Deb's rulers are great. She also has stuff on her website (like her story boards and many other things) that will help and/or inspire you. She's also great about answering questions should you have a problem or question.

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    Yes,,, her rulers are worth the price.. I love them!! Makes sewing much easier!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mom3 View Post
    I've got 4 or 5 of Deb's rulers on my Christmas list - but normally Santa buys what Santa wants to buy.
    Maybe Mrs. Santa should take a page from Santa's book.

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    Quilt In A Day triangle square up ruler only takes one cut to sq up half square triangles. I love it.
    Before you open the triangle put the ruler on the stitch line for the size you need and make one cut.
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