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Ruler carrier   General Discussion

Started Jul-19 by Dee in TX (DBRADFOR3); 642 views.

When I moved, that is how I secured my long rulers so they wouldn't bend or break, but I didn't actually MAKE a thing like that.  Just used hair bands from Dollar Tree and a bolt about half full of fabric.  This is very cool.  Thanks.

tuckyquilter

From: tuckyquilter

Jul-19

I like this Ruler Carrier.  Sharing things from the retreat if good for all of us.  I think we all struggle with taking our rulers anywhere with no hassle.  

These Might make a great Christmas gift for friends. 

and speaking of really cute and clever bags, here is one that the sterlite drawsers fit in..

latterberry

From: latterberry

Jul-20

You have been sharing all sorts of clever ideas.  Thank!

I don't think I'd want to drag an entire sterlite box to a sew day, but that carrier sure is CUTE!  I have a bunch of those drawer sets, one for thread, one for screws/nails/misc tools, one for glue, paint brushes & scissors.  And a fourth for "other" stuff such as empty tic tak boxes and other interesting little containers I might have a use for some day.  I recently used the container my kids wax for their braces came in.  Made a great back for wrist pin cushions.  You never know - haha

Judy (DJZMOM)

From: Judy (DJZMOM)

Aug-14

Dee in TX (DBRADFOR3) said...

speaking of really cute and clever bags, here is one that the sterlite drawsers fit in..

Now that is a very cool idea for taking to a more local retreat by car.  And the ruler carrier you posted previously...  It occurs to me just in time to get my rulers packed for movers to pack with my other stuff!  Thanks!  Now I need something for my longarm templates.

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