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Thread: Ruler tote

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    Love your tote, it turned out wonderful. I have never thought of using one for rulers, but it's a great idea. I make quilted totes, so I'll have to check it out and see if mine are big enough for all my rulers. Great job, keep up the good work.
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    Nice job and good idea.

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    It is so GREAT and pretty....just love it!!!
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    Love it, such a great idea!
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    Wow this is super cute! I love it! You did an awesome job. I want to make one!!!!!!

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    Great idea for storing rulers and templates. Here I was thinking I was going to have to drive nails in my wall to hang them on!
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    I love it....

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    Great idea. Looks really good.
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