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Tired of your ruler laying around or getting dusty when you don€™t use them? This is the perfect project for you! Fairly easy to make, the pattern includes detailed instruction with picture and graphic to help you make this handy wall hanging. With a very little cost (it uses mainly left over fabric from your stash) you will have a pretty d(c)cor for you sewing room and something that will keep you expensive rulers safe and clean. The smaller pockets can be used for you cutters too! This organizer has 2 long pockets on the side to accommodate 24€ rulers and 2 central pockets for square rulers up to 22€. The rulers will lay flat against the wall to protect them for distorting BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic knowledge of foundation piecing and rotary cutting. Step by step pictures are included for paper piecing, flying geese, and project assembly. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 42"x 40"

Recommended with this pattern

  • Fabric requirement ( based on 44€ wide fabric):Background- 2 yards,€Brown (sashes and binding)- 5/8 yard,Floral fabric -1/2 yard,From your stash- light pink, maroon, gold and green,€Fusible batting- 2 yards,Fusible interfacing- 11€x 12€,Baking- 2 yards
  • Sewing supplies including 2 buttons,14 €“ 8€ 1/2€x 11€ freezer paper (photocopy size)

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I was born and raised on the beautiful island of Sicily (Italy). I have being interested in arts and crafts since the young age of 8, when I learned to crochet, knit and sew. I graduated from college with a Master's in Geology and started my own consulting company. However, I've always made time for my hobby. I think my artistic ability comes from my father, who was a terrific artist. There wasn't anything he couldn't paint. I actually fell in love with the art of quilting after I moved to Montana 15 years ago. After making challenging patterns designed by famous quilters I decided to try designing patterns of my own. I have been designing patterns for about 7 years. I initially made my quilts for myself and my kids, but I was encouraged by my husband and my friends to start my own company and share my patterns with other quilters. I also love digitizing. If something catches my eyes I try to put it on fabric or embroidery