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Mariner's Compass - 45 Degree Compass Ruler - Skinny Robin

Mariner's Compass - 45 Degree Compass Ruler - Skinny Robin
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Ruler & Instructions for Skinny Compass Blocks in 16 Sizes - from 6" to 36"

Create 16-Point Mariner's Compass blocks with detailed instructions on how to use this transparent 45 Degree Compass Ruler. A new strip piecing method with NO paper piecing required! Includes transparent 60 Degree Compass Ruler, Circle Templates for block finishing and a detailed instruction booklet detailing how to create 16 different sized Mariner's Compass blocks, from 6-36 inches. This tool can also be used with the 32-Point Mariner's Compass Ruler (eQuilter Code RRPAT164) to create 32-Point Mariner's Compass blocks. 'Skinny Robin and Mariner's Compass' by Robin Ruth Design. Pack includes 45 degree compass ruler, circle templates for all size compasses and centers and an instruction booklet for a skinny compass block, 16 sizes from 6-36 inches.

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