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Thread: easy angle II ruler

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    easy angle II ruler

    Somewhere I saw a post on using a ruler to make make HST using this ruler (at least I think that was the name of it). It looked like they taped the ruler to the bed of your sewing machine to eliminate drawing a line across a square and then stitching on each side of the line, and cutting them apart. Of course, I can't find anything like that now. Does anyone know what I am talking about or have I dreamed this? LOL

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    I think it is called the angler

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    I hope someone tells you where to find it. I must have missed the original post.
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    Angler 2. by Pam Bono Designs. Many places sell this. I have 2 of them sitting in a drawer as I ended up taking them off the machine often.

    http://www.amazon.com/Angler-Sewing-...8154587&sr=8-2

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    I just bought one at the LQS yesterday. I've heard very good things about it but I'm concerned about having to lift it out of the way to access my bobbin. I might just attach it when I'm doing HST's or corner blocks.

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    There are 2, the first one was called the Angler and it is a plastic piece that you have to tape down. The newest one is called Clearly Perfect Angles and it is a more flexible piece that clings to your machine bed. I like the Clearly Perfect Angles best.

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