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Quilting rulers

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Creative Grids Crazier Eights Template By Montgomery, Karen  - Create 8 inch finished Scrap Crazy blocks with the five templates in this Crazier Eight set. All of the pieces can be cut from those odd sized scraps in your stash or stack fabrics and cut multiples out of ten inch squares in a matter of minutes. The tips are trimmed when needed so the pieces sew together perfectly every time. Embellish the seams with your favorite decorative stitches and threads. Make an entire quilt or sew them int

Create 8 inch finished Scrap Crazy blocks with the five templates in this Crazier Eight set. All of the pieces can be cut from those odd sized scraps in your stash or stack fabrics and cut multiples out of ten inch squares in a matter of minutes. The tips are trimmed when needed so the pieces sew together perfectly every time. Embellish the seams, if desired, with your favorite decorative stitches and threads. Make an entire quilt or sew them into a scrappy, decorative border. For even more…

Free Motion Quilting 4 Piece Border Template Set.

Here is our beginner guide to Free Motion Quilting with a Ruler (also called templates). Free Motion Quilting templates help you to create designs like Baptist Fans, Arcs, Clamshells, Waves and more. This getting started guide will help you install your ruler foot, setup your machine and get started!

Quilting rulers come in all different sizes and shapes. Heather Thomas will teach you how to use them properly by explaining what all of the different hash lines on them are for as well as the diagonal lines. One of the common types of quilting rulers is the long ruler. Previously, they were made anywhere from 3 ½” to 6” wide and in several different lengths. They now make this quilting ruler up to 6 ½” wide, making it much easier to cut both strips and blocks. No matter what width your...

Quilting rulers come in all different sizes and shapes. Heather Thomas will teach you how to use them properly by explaining what all of the different hash lines on them are for as well as the diagonal lines. One of the common types of quilting rulers is the long ruler. Previously, they were made anywhere from 3 ½” to 6” wide and in several different lengths. They now make this quilting ruler up to 6 ½” wide, making it much easier to cut both strips and blocks. No matter what width your...

55 Useful Gifts for Quilters That They Absolutely Need at Any Occasions (2020) -

Gifts for quilters or a person who loves to sew. Our list of 2022 gift ideas wraps almost the items that a quilter want for Christmas or any occasion such as Mother’s Day or holiday.

Ruler Quilting 101 – Block 5 – Judy's Quilting Studio

This week we will mix it up a bit, just in case you are tired of simply working with the Arc ruler. My intention was to use one ruler per block but the straight ruler is such a standard item, I dec…

How to Quilt Crazy Curves | Free Motion Quilting Project with Leah Day | Bloglovin’

We're nearing the end of the Walking Foot Quilt Along and have only a handful of designs left to quilt together. I've been adding a little extra quilting goodness to these quilting tutorials to teach

5 of my Favorite Quilt Rulers!!

5 must-have quilt rulers for any quilter. Tips for storing and organizing your quilt rulers. Are bloc-loc rulers worth it?

While rulerwork has the benefit of having extra help to get straight lines and clean curves, learning this technique still requires a unique skill set. The most beneficial tool for this technique is Adjustable Ruler Foot #72. This presser foot was specifically designed for working with acrylic rulers.