WelcomeUsing the patented rulers from Ruler Revolution, you reverse the traditional order of making common quilts blocks like snowball blocks, half-square triangles, leaf stem blocks, house top blocks, Christmas tree blocks, slanted diamonds, and picket fence blocks:
- Mark cut and sew lines on big pieces of fabric.
- Sew big pieces of fabric together on the straight sew lines you have marked.
- Cut apart and trim multiple units.
Perfect for the beginner or the experienced quilter. Watch all of the instructional videos for more detailed information how to use each ruler.
Check back often – we have more rulers in development plus new Ruler Revolution patterns. We also post instructions for using the Ruler Revolution rulers with many free patterns that come out in the quilting magazines.
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Sew first - cut apart finished blocks. Rulers are precision manufactured with slots to mark sew lines and cut lines on the fabric. The result is faster piecing, improved accuracy, and multiple units made with the patented Ruler Revolution rulers.
Ruler Revolution rulers can be used with many, many patterns already on the market. Shop the Ruler Revolution designs written and illustrated specifically using our rulers.
Piecing the Ruler Revolution Way
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On page 62 of the Piecing the Ruler Revolution Way Book, the correct measurements towards the bottom of the page for the large rectangles are 5 7/8" X 11 1/2" if using the 24 in 24 Mini Half Square Triangle Ruler and 9 7/8" x 19 1/2" if using the large 24 in 24 Half Square Triangle ruler.