TASTER: Use of the angles on your ruler with Jennie

///TASTER: Use of the angles on your ruler with Jennie

TASTER: Use of the angles on your ruler with Jennie

Learn how to use your rotary cutting ruler to make cuts at the designated angle.

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There are usually several lines drawn at different angles on your ordinary rotary cutting ruler.  These lines can be used to make cuts at the designated angle.

In this video, 3 strips – 3″ wide are layered and then cut at 60° forming diamonds. Three diamonds can be sewn togther to make a Tumbling Block or piece six together for a six pointed star.

If you use the 45° line on the ruler in the same way, then a subtly different shaped diamond is formed.  Eight of these can be put together to make an eight pointed star.

To learn more about the Tumbling Block, which is created with a Y seam, enjoy this workshop with Jennie by clicking here.

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