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  • #16
    Originally posted by WarrenPeakelbb98 View Post
    Thank you for sharing this. I think it will be helpful for the eyes, especially when you are too tired to do something. Also, is there any tool to do the fabric edging a bit faster? Not a very expensive one.
    The are some thin flexible rules with the 1/8th inch grid. Treeline offers one. You can fined them on Amazon. I have the one above and It’s good but the smaller flexible one is cheaper and I like it better.

    https://treelineusa.com/clear-flexible-carvers-ruler/
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    • #17
      What a great idea!!!!!

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      • #18
        Spam Deleted by Claude. I deleted his two p-osts yesterday, but he came back and re-p-osted again today. He's now banned.

        How is this post, as well as #15, related to this thread or carving by any stretch of the imagination? We weren't discussing sewing machines here but rulers useful to carving. I reported them as spam, but moderator apparently does not agree.
        Last edited by Claude; 10-03-2020, 03:35 PM.
        Arthur

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        • #19
          I have these Omnigrid Rulers now, in fact, I got six different ones. I use them whenever I am drawing, or carving to make sure that I am spot on where I place my carving tools. Especially if doing faces...the right measurement is a must for a successful looking face. You can also put them on top of a carving to see if your carving in the right places. I use these for anything that needs the proper proportions and placement. In my book of opinions, this item is a must have for carving.

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          • #20
            For flexibility, it's hard to beat a dress-maker's fabric tape measure. Think I paid $1.00 each.
            Brian T

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            • #21
              I love the omnigrid rulers. They come in handy when laying out faces, as well as chip carving!
              Steve
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              • #22
                Thanks. Great tip.

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                • #23
                  Amazon is not allowed to mail Omnigrid rulers into Canada.
                  Any broker I could hire would be imprisoned for helping me buy them.
                  Brian T

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