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Thread: Paper Piecing question

  1. #71
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    Not necessary, but nice to have. I've done lots of paper piecing with regular rulers.

  2. #72
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    I use my 6" square that is marked with 1/4 inches, and never have a problem. I feel like the "add on" rulers are not necessary. All of our quilting rulers have the 1/4 inch marks and can be easily used in paper piecing.
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    One of the things that always impresses me about quilters is their ability to do a lot with a little. Most of the tools that are around are great and make quilting easier, but we can do without most of them. I would decide if I'm going to do a lot of pp before I spend my money on the special ruler. That is, unless, you can get it for Christmas
    Faith is not about everything turning out OK; Faith is about being OK no matter how things turn out.
    Renee

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