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Use this 45 degree Kaleidoscope ruler to cut designs created with eight separate 45 degree triangle units such as kaleidoscopes and Dresden Plate blocks. These triangles can also be pieced into a saw tooth border. Cut triangles up to a finished height of 8 inches to piece blocks that measure up to a finished size of 16 inches. A 1/4 inch dashed ...
Twice the size of the original Creative Grids® Folded Corner Clipper, the Folded Corner Clipper XL can span a 10-inch block and cut wide, mitered borders.No need to draw pencil lines when prepping your favorite blocks such as snowballs, flying geese, diamonds in a square and cornered rectangles! Since you have to trim the corner anyway, why not ...
Make Folded Corners quickly and accurately with the Creative Grids® Folded Corner Clipper! No need to draw pencil lines! Since you have to trim the corner anyway, why not trim it first, and use the raw edge as your seam guide? AND... Since the corner was trimmed with a straight edge, your bonus triangle is ready to sew into a Half-Square-Triangl...
Sew together 16 of these 22-1/2 degree triangles to create a complete circle; 8 to create a half-circle; or 4 to create a quarter-circle. Create Fans, Dresden Plates, etc. up to a finished size of 18 inches.The ruler slides easily over the fabric until pressure is applied. Then, our exclusive gripper holds the fabric in place while cutting, elim...
This Triangle in a Square ruler features a 2 to 1 ratio to cut proportional Triangle Squared blocks that finish to 9 inches. Use these triangles to piece a saw tooth border or use it as a companion to the Perfect Rectangle ruler (Item CGRTMT3) to create Perfect Triangle in a Square blocks.The ruler slides easily over the fabric until...
This multi-sized ruler features two triangles in one. Use the 45 degree side to cut half-square triangles from strips up to 5-1/2 inches wide, creating half-square triangles up to a finished size of 5 inches. Use the 90 degree side to cut quarter triangles that finish up to a 5 inch finished quarter-square triangle. The math required...