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Thread: make your ruler no-slip

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    make your ruler no-slip

    I am about to bust with joy at the new item I found! This is a strip that you add to your ruler to make it no-slip. I can't believe how good it works. Even on my 6 X 24 ruler. The product is from Guidelines 4 Quilting. It is called Grip Strips and boy does it ever work good!! There is no more walking your hand as you cut! I am telling all the ladies that I quilt with. I showed it to a lady that works at the store where we all meet and quilt and she was immediatly impressed. I even talked to a complete stranger about them (they ask me about some pencils in the fabric store first). They are on sale right now, you save $1.98. I bought 2 packages and then when I got them, I ordered 3 more. I am going to put them on all my rulers. I just had to share my "find" with all of you on the "Quilting Board". I do not work for this company or am not otherwise affiliated with them. Oh, by the way, they are clear so they don't hinder your reading of the ruler and they peel right off if you need to move them. Boy, did I ever get wound up, but I am just so impressed I had to share. Here is their addy www.guidelines4quilting.com

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    thank you every thing helps

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    Thanks for the tip.

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    Awesome. Love their other items. I have their quilt ruler additions and find them very useful.

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    Thank you for the tip!!!

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    great information..thanks!

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    Got them on my rulers, they are fabulous!

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    Grip slip

    I just got done checking it out and they do look great. I am sure I will be ordering some. Can you take them off
    and put them on other rulers for differerent sizes?
    Thanks for the info
    "BIG SKY COUNTRY"

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    Lots of good quilting helpers on this website. Thank you.

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    I just saw those this morning in an email - They do look promising. Just one question - how "thick" are they?
    Betty

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