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July 10th, 2018 No comments

WIN THIS BOOK! How to Win! Read the Review on it which I blogged about a few months ago. Visit Deborah Rubles’¬†Quilters’ Cutting Guide website. Leave a Comment here on which 2 of her videos you liked best and why. Give me your reason for hoping to win this special, helpful book. Winner Will Be […]

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Tool Reviews & Win A Free Book!

July 7th, 2018 2 comments

  Deborah Rubles has been selling her quilts and quilted items here on Quilts for Sale for about 5 years now. Last September, I wrote a review of her tremendously useful book, Quilters’ Cutting Guide. Today, I want to tell you again about 2 of her quilt tools that I wouldn’t be without! You won’t […]

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Quilters’ Cutting Guide

September 29th, 2017 No comments

  Last week, we introduced you to Deborah Rubles‘ Protective Guides and Ruler Holders. This week I would like to introduce you to her book, Quilters’ Cutting Guide. Deborah teaches us her Sliding Ruler Method for cutting fabric which is absolutely great for beginning quilters and for experienced quilters as well. Everything is explained clearly […]

Correction! – Quilters’ Cutting Guide!

September 20th, 2017 No comments

My profuse apologies to Deborah Rubles, her Quilters’ Cutting Guide and all of our readers for the inexplicable error I made yesterday! In my blog about Deborah’s wonderful Protective Guides and Ruler Holders, I inadvertently, and without realizing it, changed Quilters’ Cutting Guide to Quilters’ Cutting “Edge” in a few places! Don’t ask me why. […]

Protective Guards & Ruler Holders – Great for Quilters!

September 19th, 2017 No comments

Deborah Rubles of Quilters’ Cutting Guide offers 2 wonderful tools for quilters – her Protective Guides and her Ruler Holders! Both are truly quality items! Now that I’ve tried them, I wouldn’t be without the Protective Guides or the Ruler Holder! They adhere nicely and easily to our rulers. They protect our hands when using […]