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03/03/2011

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Wow another great ruler, thanks for the tutorial it sure made nice flying geese.

I have this ruler and lost the instructions a long time ago. I had barely used it and had forgotten how it had said to use it. Thanks for the tutorial - I will have to get the ruler back out and practice with it.
Karen
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Great tutorial Erin, thanks! Love the colors in the memory star block.

I had wondered how these rulers worked--thanks for sharing the directions! And, very pretty block!

I love this ruler, but I find it to be really slippery. I need to do something about that and put it to good use! This was a great tutorial, I hope Eleanor sees it!


Invisi-Grip from Omnigrid helps with slipping

Okay, that is the coolest way to make them that I've seen!

Gracias por las explicaciones tan claras. esta regla parece genial, un beso

You never fail to amaze me! I just love your totorials! I do not have many rulers,just the 6x24 one for rotory cutting.I do applique mostly & I'm working on your "My Tweets" blocks, I really love them & should receive your center block pattern soon. I get excited when the next block is posted & can't wait to get started. Thank you so much, you are very generious & very talented.

Sorry, forgot to comment on the ruler, such an easy way to make the geese, who knew!

I have lots of rulers but the ones I use the most are the 6 inch square and the 6 by 12 inch ruler I have always made a square then cut it half then sewed it together I don't know why I haven't bought one of these your memory block is very pretty

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