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Thread: The Lazy Angle ruler - Truly...lazy!

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    skippitydodahquilts's Avatar
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    I got the Lazy Angle ruler for my birthday, and made this block. I used the Lazy and Lovin' It book I borrowed from a friend.

    When they say "Lazy"...they really mean lazy! It took me about 10 minutes. The instructions at the beginning, regarding to cutting and piecing were very clear and precise. Very easy to follow. I've been quilting for about 6 months, and when I saw the block I was a little apprehensive, but I'm so glad I just jumped right in!

    New quilters and seasoned - this is a great tool! *Two thumbs up!*
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    It's great to hear of a new quilter (well under a year) learning to use a new tool and a new block. Thanks for letting us know it's a great "lazy" tool to use.

    Kat

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    Nice block, where did you get the tool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dianne1
    Nice block, where did you get the tool?
    I got it at my LQS, but you can find it here -

    http://www.kayewood.com/item/Lazy_Angle_Ruler/321/m41

    You can also find the book I used here (I highly recommend using it!)

    http://www.kayewood.com/item/Lazy_Angle_Ruler/321/m41

    Have fun! NOTE - Make sure you read the directions before cutting ;).

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    I like that!!!
    Glad to hear you're having fun- that's what it's all about!! :)

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    10 minutes!!! Great block - Wow - it looks like hours worth.

    Enjoy the process.

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    Hmmmm may need to dig mine out;) Kay wood has great videos using this ruler.

    Nice quilt block!

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    You did a great job.
    Thank you so much for sharing the information. That block looks very hard to do. Glad to know it's not.

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    Cool, I'll have to check it out! BTW, my family is from Putnam County! (Miller City, Glandorf, North Creek, etc.

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    looks great

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