Nifty Notions Cut for the Cure, 22.5° Wedge Ruler is tied
to The Chicagoland Affiliate of The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
with a donation for each Nifty Notions® ruler sold.
22.5° Wedge x 13" Length at Center Line**
Nifty Notions Cut for the Cure Ruler
16 pieces to make a complete circle.
MFG: Quilter's Resource Ruler Line
Item Code: 02C51
Weight: 0.40 lb
10% off: $10.76
**if you wish a longer wedge, use in conjunction
with another ruler to extend length of edge
16 pieces to make a complete circle
Recommended Base Square
Instruction Sheet & Pix Included with the Ruler:
manufactures rulers that are accurate, versatile and easy to read (pink &
green measurement lines.)
All Nifty Notions rulers are designed
to be compatible with each other, ensuring accurate cuts and allowing you to utilize
one brand of ruler for all your cutting needs. Each ruler is labeled with its
size or the name of the specific job it does.
The 22.5° Wedge
ruler is designed for Dresden Plate, Grandmother's Fan and Tumbler Blocks. For
Dresden Plate and Grandmother's Fan, your circle will finish approximately double
the, strip size + 2". If your strip is 3", your circle will finish 8".
Since this is a 22.5° wedge, you will need 16 pieces to make a complete
circle. On this ruler, the solid lines are cutting lines, the dashed lines
are stitching lines.
- For Dresden Plates and Grandmother's
Fan, determine your strip size using the chart .
- For Tumbler Blocks,
determine how large your tumbler will be and add 1/2" for seam allowance.
- Cut out appropriate sized strips with one of your Nifty Notions® strip cutting
- The first cut you must make is to create the correct
angle, so there is a small amount of wasted fabric.
- Find the Nifty Notions logo on the ruler.
the ruler on your strip so you can read the words Nifty Notions.
the Center Cutting Line up with the edge of your strip (diagram I), leaving the
excess fabric to the correct side (to your right if you are right handed and to
the left if you are left handed).
- Line the smallest end of the ruler
with the bottom edge of your fabric.
- Make your first cut and discard
- Turn the ruler 180° so the words Nifty Notions are upside
down (diagram 2).
- Line up the cut edge with the angled edge of the ruler.
- Line up the smallest end of the ruler with the top edge of the fabric
and make your second cut.
- Turn the ruler back to the original position
and continue, cutting as many pieces as you need.
- For faster cutting
or for mirror pieces, fold strip in half and cut two pieces each time.
Plate and Grandmother's Fan Edges
- Use a curved template or object to get a curved top for your Dresden
- For a pointed top, fold piece in half lengthwise with right sides
together and stitch across the top.
- Turn right side out.