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Thread: Shape Cut Ruler

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    Super Member SueSew's Avatar
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    It's awesome - I bought it and love it - cut strips with confidence!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sguillot
    My LQS has them and they are very reasonable. They come on a little strip and I'll bet WalMart or JoAnns has them although I have never looked for them there.
    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B
    Quote Originally Posted by lindasidlow
    I love my Shape Cut - all of them! I will warn you though that they do slip a little bit. Not so much that you may notice it but will show up in your piecing eventually. Its a good idea that when you finish cutting across once, it is a good idea to true up your edge again. You will no doubt find a little uneveness.
    In order to stop the slippage, which happens on lots of rulers, templates, I have little circles of self stick sandpaper type that I put on the backs....works well...I don't remember where I got them, but someone said the hardware stores sell sheets of self stick sandpaper....I will have to check that out as I am running out of sandy circles....
    Yes, Joann's has them. I get them there whenever I need them.

    8-)

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    Love mine too!

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    Instead of buying the sandpaper circles, I get sticky sandpaper at any hardware store (Harbor Frieght). I need it for one of my sanders anyway. You can get a very fine one which will grip. Cut out circles or squares or what every shape you want. Much cheaper than the "special" quilting circles and a sheet of this will last this side of forever!

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    Thanks for the explanation.

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    This is on my Christmas Wish list, actually - thanks for the endorsement!

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    I bought mine with a JoAnn 50% off coupon. I use it!!

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    Great ruler

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