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Mariner's Compass - 32-Point Ruler

Mariner's Compass - 32-Point Ruler
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Ruler & Instructions for Fat & Skinny 32-Point Blocks in 16 Sizes - from 6" to 36"

Add extra points to your Fat & Skinny Mariner's Compass Blocks to create 32-point Compasses and Sunflower blocks. A new strip piecing method with NO paper piecing required! Includes transparent ruler for 33.75 degree Skinny Robin 32-Point Compass and 45.75 degree Fat Robin 32-Point Compass. Also includes clear template for the Robin Ruth Design Angle Ruler for building Fat Robin and Skinny Robin blocks. This 32-Point Mariner's Compass ruler and instruction book are a companion to the Skinny Robin 45 degree and Fat Robin 45 degree ruler and book sets eQuilter product codes RRTEMFAT and RRTEMSKI. Choose from a variety of sizes from 6 to 36 inches. 'Mariner's Compass Ruler' by Robin Ruth Design. 32-Point, 16 sizes from 6-36 inches.

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