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Finally! A great basic ruler set designed for use on any domestic sewing machine whether high shank, low shank or anywhere in between. Smooth sided, well marked, and feel great in the hand, the Low Curve Rulers are infinitely versatile and especially well-suited for crosshatching with their markings spaced at quarter-inch intervals along the entire length of the ruler.
These are the same size and shape as the wonderful QPCurve long arm rulers, but I've had them made in a thinner acrylic by the same maker to better suit domestic machines. Use these same rulers on both your low and high shank machines. No more wondering if you can use the same ruler on your travel machine as your big machine. Or concern about having to replace your rulers when you upgrade to a different shank machine.
Because of the slightly thicker acrylic than the rulers typically sold for use on low shank machines, they are easier to hold in place. On a small percentage of low shank machines, they may not fit directly behind the foot, but these gentle curves areÂ meant to be used most to the sides and front of the foot and have no need to be placed behind the foot.
Switch back and forth between the concave and convex sides to best position the ruler where you can see and move best.
The full set is the best value for the buck, costing less than buying each ruler individually.
The 15 and 20 Low Curves are very large rulers, best suited to large harp space machines sunk into a table. They are still quite useful on larger machines and larger spaces on your quilts. But you can buy the Low Curve Classic Set which omits these two largest sizes if you wish.
See also our Low Curve Combo Starter Set for those who want just a taste of these rulers. It combines the Mini and the #10 to get you started. AddÂ the Westalee Arc/Straight Ruler to get a good straight ruler or the QP Edge #12 (Amy's favorite straight ruler for high shank machines) and you'll be able to do a lot of different designs.
You must use a ruler foot when using rulers on your machine. Templates come with a protective coating that is to be peeled away before use.