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Thread: Winding Curves Templates by Sara Miller-Moe

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    Junior Member lovestosew's Avatar
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    Winding Curves Templates by Sara Miller-Moe

    Has anyone tried these templates? I like the idea that they include a "fudge" factor and then you cut them down to size. I have tried circles with another template and had NO luck. This is the website:

    http://www.sewinspired.com/2010/10/winding-curves/

    Diane

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    There's another active thread about these rulers. I think they look pretty interesting!!! Found a set of rulers I forgot about.
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    Humm am I misunderstanding or does it cost extra to find out how to use the ruler?

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    I would prefer to buy a laser cut fabric set from John Flynn. No templates needed!

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    I do not have her set of templates, but I do have some from .....Back Porch something or other......and they were not as expensive as Miller Moe......and they do work well, I made a scrappy batik and it was easy...........

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    If you are looking just for a Drunkard's path to get a circular look I would definitely so with the Elisa's Back Porch products. Her curves rulers are great and not nearly as expensive as Sara Moe's. She also explained to me one time at a quilt show that they are a degree off and that makes them easier to sew, although they still look like a circle. She has intructions with the ruler and I believe some videos out on her website. They are easy to put together, no snipping the circular part just iron to one side or the other. I have had great success with these rulers and would recommend them -No I am associated with them just giving my opinion.

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    I too prefer the Back Porch templates. I even got mine on sale!

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    I have the complete set of her templates. They are high quality acrylic rulers. I haven't used them yet.
    Got fabric?

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