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Thread: Ruler Revolution - anyone tried these?

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    Ruler Revolution - anyone tried these?

    Any one tried the ruler revolution rulers? They seem pricey so I want to ask for info before I invest. I am interested in the snow ball ones for starters.

    Here's the link on them - https://rulerrevolution.com/producs.html

    Let me know if you have tried them.

    Thanks,

    Linda
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    Really no one has used these or heard of them? Interesting.
    Linda

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    I've never seen hese rulers. I am trying not to buy any more notions. I have purchased so many that promised to make thise easier, better, faster, etc. Most are lying in the drawers. These look interesing but pricey.

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    I think this has been brought up before. Do a search and see if you come up with something. I must be tired b/c I don't understand what they do

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    I don't see the need to buy a ruler specific to making "snowball" blocks etc. Lots of easier and cheaper methods for making HST's too. Triangulations software makes rulers obsolete!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candace View Post
    I don't see the need to buy a ruler specific to making "snowball" blocks etc. Lots of easier and cheaper methods for making HST's too. Triangulations software makes rulers obsolete!
    I kind of doubt that any software makes a straightedge tool obsolete. What's more, there are many of us who couldn't afford to buy triangulation software even if we wanted it. I don't see anything special about the rulers in question, but then some of my quilting buddies couldn't see anything special about the ruler I bought for the Dresden plates I love to make. froggyintexas

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    I have quite a few of her rulers and they save me time...which is something I don't have much of. I have the snowball rulers, but haven't used them yet. I think they are worth the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FroggyinTexas View Post
    I kind of doubt that any software makes a straightedge tool obsolete. What's more, there are many of us who couldn't afford to buy triangulation software even if we wanted it. I don't see anything special about the rulers in question, but then some of my quilting buddies couldn't see anything special about the ruler I bought for the Dresden plates I love to make. froggyintexas

    You don't know what this software does obviously, or you wouldn't comment. And the software is less than some of these rulers. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0z6o7Bh7MYg
    Last edited by Candace; 02-05-2012 at 07:35 PM.

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    Here are 'triangulations' or paper piecing pages one can download and do the HST's. Even using paper piecing, I still use a straight edge to cut them out.
    http://www.quiltingandwhatnot.ca/Hal...-Triangle.html

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    Never seen these before but they look interesting.

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