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Thread: Rulers

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    Super Member hopetoquilt's Avatar
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    My add a quarter for pp ing is so useful. It speeds up pping and makes it so easy.

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    TruCut rulers & rotary cutter for rectangles and squares. Kay England's Nifty Notions 1/4 & 1/2 square rulers for HST and others for special triangles. Deb Tucker's rulers for squaring blocks, flying geese, lemoyne star.
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    Super Member Rose Marie's Avatar
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    My best investment in rulers are Quilt In A Days triangle square up ruler and all the flying geese rulers. What a difference for saving time and making perfect pieces. Eleanor Burns is the best at new ways to do things.

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    June Tailor Shape Cut is the first one I go to. Next is the 8x24 -- though for smaller pieces I use the 4x6. For trimming, I have a lot of smaller squares and grab the one that is closest to the size block I am trimming. I probably have too many rulers, but in any given year I have used all the rulers.
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    The one I use most often is my 3 in X 18 inch. For paper piecing I use a small 1 inch X 6 inch .. but I do lots of really small pieces.

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