Quick Curve Ruler Video Tutorials


13 comments:

Pam said...

Just found your blogspot today! Beautiful designs! Love your tutorials on how to use your ruler! I just may tackle curved piecing this year!!

Kris said...

I just wanted to say I bought your ruler last week and thought I would maybe give it a try one day when I had lots of time. Well I want to make curves and had been trying to make freeform curved pieces from a book without much success. I sat down yesterday and watched the videos and today thought maybe I would just see how it would go. I cut and pieced easy peasy and made a small table runner this afternoon. All I have left is putting the binding on. I will be making more with this ruler soon. Thank you

Eveline St. Denis said...

I bought your ruler about 2 years ago. I watched your tutorial right after and liked even though I thought the ruler kind of limited. Since then I have started teaching at a quilt store and am now online a lot looking what is new and jump from link to link....WOW WOW WOW is all I have to say....how wrong was I? Your different blocks just blow me away. I am sooooo happy I found my way back by chance. I want to design a class around your ruler and will purchase many of them for my students. I love the versatility of it all. So many different blocks with one ruler?... you are one SMART lady. Please do not stop.
A huge thank you from Canada.

SewInspired2Day said...

I just tried your ruler for the first time and am wanting to do the oval shape with the curved edges. I am using a fine white fabric and it puckers along the stitching and looks horrible. Am I doing something wrong or is this white Kona Solid just too fine a material to do curves neatly??

Elizabeth (ev005) said...

I am using Kona white for the background and a Moda Bella for the color. The Kona is a bit lighter weight, and I have to be more careful not to pull on the Kona too much or I got puckers. I found that If I hold the top (convex) shape up a bit at an angle, as I bring it down to match the edge of the concave shape, then I don't have much problem.

Lilac Lane Quilter said...

Wow just discovered you! Love your quilts and rulers already. Can't wait to order and use them!!!!!!
Darlene Wiebe
Lilac Lane Custom Quilting.

Sara said...

Can you please explain how to square up the block before adding the setting triangles to the Metro Ring blocks? I cannot seem to get it from the pattern I have.

Help please:) Thank you!

Sara

deelish10 said...

I got your ruler and did a test block of your instructions and now I am ready to do a quilt! I saw an example on zen chic site and it was stunning and it appears using your ruler! I am so happy to try my own hand at this, thanks!

Sandra Bryan said...

I just came across your site today thru Pinterest and it was the first time I even used Pinterest. I was so missing a lot. So much to see! Your site is AWESOME!! Your colors are fantastic in the quilts and the quilts look so easy to do. I am amazed at the quilting designs too. I am at this point in learning how to do that and I just love what your quilting shows. I still have a lot to learn but I am sure I can get a good head start from you. Thanks so much for sharing.

Janet Leigh North said...

I have been teaching quilt classes in Oklahoma for 12 years and have been looking for a good curved ruler to use and introduce to my quilt classes. I think I found it at last!! I'm very impressed!

Nancy Robson said...

Hi - I am interested in Kris' comments re the 'easy peasy' pattern. I cannot find it in your set of patterns. Where can I have a look at this particular pattern?

FlourishingPalms said...

Really like your videos, Jenny. They're good for the basic beginner, and provide good clarity for those of use who have already made a project with the ruler. Your husband did a nice job. Now, on to making another quilt so I can share your ruler with members of our MQG. Thank you for your creativity, and for such a nice ruler.

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