NEW Rulers and Stencils

New Rulers and Stencils

***IMPORTANT ORDERING INFO:  To place an order, please fill in the requested  information at the bottom of the page, select the items you’d like to order, and submit.  I will then email you a Paypal Invoice for your purchase, including the  shipping charge (for orders within the US only).*If you are ordering from outside the US, please email: jodidr2003@yahoo.com for international shipping charges.

New Rulers: 

                       *Click here to view a video showing how the rulers can be used*

                                 Round It Ruler

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Round It is 4″ x 4″, and has a different curve on each corner.  *For stitching against.  $16.00

 

                         Around the Corner Ruler

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Around the Corner is 7″ x 7″, with a curved corner on the outside, and a straight corner on the inside.  *For stitching against.    $24.00

 

Examples of designs stitched using the rulers:

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 *NEW*  Rulers for Marking Straight Lines:

* Click here for a short video showing how the rulers are used *

These two new rulers are designed for marking straight lines for quilting.  They are 1/8″ thick (the same as cutting rulers), and are for marking only, NOT for stitching against.  I designed the rulers to make marking areas of straight lines quick and easy! The lines cut in the ruler are spaced 1/2″ apart, with etched lines between, to allow you to simply slide the ruler over, and mark additional lines if 1/4″ marked lines are desired.  These rulers can also be used to mark any width lines you desire.  I have used them to make marking piano key borders, SO much faster, as well as dividing up areas within a border for freehand designs. I have included etched angles, to enable marking angled lines.  **I have tried all of the marking pens/pencils that I have (blue washaway markers, purple air erase markers, mechanical chalk pencils, regular chalk pencils), and have not found any that didn’t work.  

Draw the Line

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Draw the Line – Dimensions: 10″ x 11 3/4″.  Perfect for marking larger areas of straight lines, and for dividing up blocks and borders.       $27.00

The Straight and Narrow

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 The Straight and Narrow – Dimensions: 3″ x 11 3/4″. Ideal when marking straight lines in smaller areas.  $17.00

 

*Example of marked lines

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 ***Shipping Note: Please be aware that these rulers MUST be shipped in a box to ensure that they will arrive to you undamaged.  I will be shipping these in a USPS Flat Rate Priority Mail Box – $13.45  (US orders only)


                                                 Stencils:

              2″ Circle Pop Stencil

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Overall Stencil size is 11″ x 16″, and comes with a stitching diagram page. The design can be stitched with or without the grid lines.    $10.00

Stitching Samples:

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     3″ Woven Squares Stencil

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Overall Stencil size is 11″ x 17 1/2″.  As shown in the quilting sample below, after marking the basic woven grid, the areas can then be filled with any designs you choose.  Most often, I like to fill each area with 1/4″ lines as shown in the cream portion of the stitched sample below.    $10.00

Stitching Samples:

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 3″ Crossed Squares Stencil

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Overall Stencil size is 11″ x 17 1/2″.  As shown in the quilting sample below, after marking the basic crossed square grid, the areas can then be filled with any designs you choose.   $10.00

Stitching Samples:

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***IMPORTANT ORDERING INFO:  To place an order, please fill in the requested  information below, select the items you’d like to order, and submit.  I will then email you a Paypal Invoice for your purchase, including the shipping charge (for orders within the US only).*If you are ordering from outside the US, please email: jodidr2003@yahoo.com for international shipping charges.

24 thoughts on “NEW Rulers and Stencils

    • Michelle, there is the discount for buying the two rulers together, and the discount on the shipping, not one for all of them together.

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      • That is fabulous! Will you have your books and stencils available for purchase as well?

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      • Thank you so much for answering. I will wait anxiously for the class listing and keep my fingers crossed I get into your class.

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  2. Hi Jodi. Just ordered your class on iquilt and have ordered your rulers and stencils. Can’t wait to put it all to use!

  3. Love those background square fillers! I’ve ordered your woven and crossed squares stencils. I’ve been drawing the lines with a ruler so I can practice and boy is that tedious — can’t wait for the stencils! I think the hardest part is figuring out the path to follow to minimize travelling. Do you have any videos of stitching these squares out? It would really help just to see it in action! Thanks…

    • Hi Patti! Your stencils are on their way. Before having the stencil made I was marking them with a ruler too (thus, the stencil), it does take forever to mark that way, lol. I plan to do a video, I just need to find the time. There really isn’t a set quilting path, in class I always tell students they need to find the path that works best for them. You do have to backtrack, but once you get a flow, it goes pretty fast. I usually just go into a square, and close in a section, then do the lines, then work my way around doing each section, before moving to the next square.

      • Thanks for the quick reply! Just one more question… When you are filling a background area with the woven squares for example, do you stitch a square grid first and then go back and stitch the smaller sections and detail in the squares? I’m sure I’ll figure it out, just curious to know how you go about it.

      • I do it both ways, but mostly I stitch the grid first, and then got back and fill in each of the grid squares.

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