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Gina Perkes' "Ruler Mastery Series," a 10-month program in which you will be creating a whole-cloth quilt sampler using a different ruler each month. You will develop ruler skills and learn new designs to add to your quilting arsenal. With Gina’s program you can use your longarm machine or your domestic sewing machine and master your ruler skills.

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The Shirley Ruler 09 Jul 2017 16:54 #141803

I just ordered my ruler set. I am looking forward to this class. Thanks for offering it.
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The Shirley Ruler 09 Jul 2017 08:25 #141796

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If you are using the #72 foot with your BERNINA, you will need the regular ruler set:)
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The Shirley Ruler 09 Jul 2017 07:43 #141792

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How about the Bernina 770? Does one order the regular set or the low shank set?
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The Shirley Ruler 09 Jul 2017 07:36 #141791

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Yes:) The regular set includes all 1/4" rulers which are the best option for longarm users.
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The Shirley Ruler 09 Jul 2017 07:35 #141790

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You will need the low shank set. The inside shapes are 1/8" thick, this way you can access all edges of the ruler with your lower foot. Janome uses a low shank ruler foot.
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The Shirley Ruler 09 Jul 2017 07:34 #141789

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There should be a detailed stitching diagram for block #6. Let me post a picture of the completed block for you as well, hold tight:)
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The Shirley Ruler 09 Jul 2017 07:33 #141788

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I will work on posting some more detailed pictures for ya:) Yes, you will just be working on the straight lines for the foundational marking this month.
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The Shirley Ruler 09 Jul 2017 06:20 #141786

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store.thequiltshow.com/product-p/product_combo_pack.htm ... click on the pictures and it will show you what's in the package.
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The Shirley Ruler 09 Jul 2017 05:59 #141785

Where on the Quilt Show site does it show all of the rulers that come in the set?
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The Shirley Ruler 08 Jul 2017 08:03 #141770

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When marking the quilt top do we mark only the straight lines or also the curved lines and circles shown on the marking diagram? A picture of a completely marked top would be helpful.
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The Shirley Ruler 08 Jul 2017 07:45 #141769

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You're showing Block #6 as the 2nd Block you're quilting in the video, but there's no reference to block 6 in the individual diagram printouts. Therefore, we have no idea what it's supposed to look like when finished.
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The Shirley Ruler 07 Jul 2017 17:56 #141765

I'm a little confused about the size of the rulers. I'm trying to purchase the Mastery Kit ($199 for all the rulers) but there appear to be two options, one for (LOW SHANK ONLY), and another that doesn't say anything about the shank. What is the difference? Can you tell me which of these options will work with my Viking Designer I machine? Also, what if I get a new machine (considering a Janome), will the rulers work with any of the Janome machines? Thanks!
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The Shirley Ruler 07 Jul 2017 09:20 #141761

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I see the shirley ruler is 1/4 inch but descriptions of future rulers for this project is for low shank only and is only 1/8 inch. At least what they are selling on TQS. I want to be able to use these also on long arm. Do ypu have them all in 1/4 inch?
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The Shirley Ruler 07 Jul 2017 07:33 #141755

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Yes, it's 1/4" thick:)
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