Ruler Case – Stitching with friends made by Twinkle Ladies

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Ruler case, a version made by Twinkle Lady Vânia

Here we show you the beautiful Stitching with friends ruler keeper made by Vânia of Ovelhamania. She says she likes scrapbooking, appliqué and quilting. You can see her work on her Facebook page.

Version made by Twinkle Lady Chelo

Twinkle Lady Chelo has been a student at Twinkle Patchwork’s store for many years. She’s a great artist. She always has some wonderful projects.

This time she was encouraged to make the Stitching with friends ruler case. Now we present her version. Besides, she gave us a great idea. Instead of putting hexagons for the back, find out how she made it!

Front ruler cover Chelo's version
The front of the ruler case
Ruler case Chelo's version open
Ruler case opened
Rule cover back Chelo's version
The back

TIPP: Don’t you feel like making all the hexagons?Changeit to squares! Just like Chelo did.

Version made by Twinkle Lady Julia


Twinkle Lady Julia is also a student at Twinkle Patchwork’s store. For this project she used country fabrics mixed with Japanese styled fabrics. She used a wine-colored fabric to frame and highlight the girls’ image. She also made a real mini quilt in the girl’s hand. It looks like she’s quilting it right now.

I am very happy, I love to show off my folder.

Says Julia

TIPP: Customize your folder by stitching your name inside, as Julia did.

To see the details of this rule case visit this article where we detail it.

If you have been encouraged to make one yourselfyou can find the pattern here:

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