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Thread: Quilters Grip Strips

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    Quilters Grip Strips

    http://www.guidelines4quilting.com/GripStrips.html

    has anyone tried these yet? They are 20% off through Nov 23 - just curious!
    Sondra

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    Looks interesting. Sure hope someone has experience with it and can let us know.

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    You might find this thread of interest. Slipping Ruler

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    I use the little sandpaper pads. Just be careful where you place them as they can obstruct the lines. I have 6 on the 24inch ruler and have a weak left wrist since op but have no problem. What height are you working at and are you standing or sitting. These will also make a difference.
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    I've tried the sandpaper and Invisigrip with no luck.

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    I used dots of hot glue on the corners of my rulers until I got the Creative Grids.
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