Folded Corner Clipper

National Sewing Month 2013
Hello! Susan Nelson here, and I design patterns and notions for Prairie Sky Quilting.  I’m so happy to join Moda in their “Measure Twice, Cut Once” series.  I’ve heard from so many quilters that love my template, the Folded Corner Clipper, and today I’m here to show you why they like it so much!

Most quilters are familiar with the folded corner method, a very common technique:

However, drawing pencil lines on fabric is a very slow process!  And since you have to trim the seam allowance anyway, why not trim it first, and then use the cut edge as a 1/4″ seam guide?  Introducing the Folded Corner Clipper!

Simpler is better, don’t you agree?  Notice that the markings on this template are easy to read, making this so much simpler to use.  This is how to make a folded corner, faster and easier, with the Folded Corner Clipper:

This method can be used for several different blocks:
And since the corners were trimmed with a straight, rotary-cut edge, the leftovers are easily sewn into a Half-Square-Triangle block.  But those blocks always need to be trimmed to a usable size.  Here’s the traditional way of trimming that HST block to size:
It’s much faster to use the Folded Corner Clipper to trim first, then press open:
Or if you need to cut HST’s for your project, save fabric by using the Folded Corner Clipper.  Instead of cutting squares in half diagonally, cut your HST’s from strips.  For example, to make a 2″ finished HST block, you would need to cut 2 7/8″ squares.  By cutting from strips, they would need to be only 2 1/2″ wide:
Finally, you will love this tool for preparing your binding strips. Joining them is easy when they have been cut first to identify the sewing line:
I know that you will find the Folded Corner Clipper to be a helpful, time-saving tool.  If you would like to learn more about it, please see the detailed photo tutorials on my blog.  Or, you can print a brochure from my website.
There are so many quilting projects that will use this tool.  These patterns by Prairie Sky Quilting were designed to feature the Folded Corner Clipper:

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Easy Street
Garden Pinwheels
Twisted Trellis
Rock Candy
Waterfalls (New!)
Splitrock (New!)

To thank you for joining me today, I will be giving away one Folded Corner Clipper to one lucky winner!
To enter, please leave a comment with an answer to this question: On what new project will you use your Folded Corner Clipper?
You will have until September 30th at midnight to comment.  All winners will be randomly selected and announced on Moda…The Cutting Table blog on October 2nd. Make sure to visit the blog every day for the opportunity to win each giveaway!

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265 comments on “Folded Corner Clipper

  1. Laura Fedewa says:

    I am looking at a couple of patterns from Camille’s SImply Retro that this tool would be perfect for! Hope to get it!

  2. llavmc says:

    I have a star quilt that I want to make that has lots of half square triangles in it. This would be a great tool to have for that project. Thanks for the chance to win.

  3. Anita says:

    Seems smart to use it for cutting HST’s.

  4. I have a flock of flying geese that will need to be made for a medallion quilt I am planning! This tool looks fabulous!

  5. On my wonky house quilt for the binding – looks like a useful tool 🙂

  6. As a newbie I have not tried HST’s yet. Would definitely give it a try with this!

  7. Jeanie says:

    Very clever, multi use ruler! I’d be using it for my block of the month kits that always have HST’s in them. Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. debra says:

    It looks great a big time saver great for half triangles squares i will use it on my next civil war quilt thanks for the chance to win

  9. Lisa R. says:

    I had never heard of this template before. After reading this post, I wonder how I have quilted without it! I believe this is a handy tool I need to have.

  10. candy says:

    Looks great. On HST of course!!!

  11. Shirl says:

    I would use the clipper on a pinwheel baby quilt.

  12. Barbara says:

    What a great idea! I love to make half-square triangle and snowball blocks, but the marking is so tedious. The more I look at it, I think I’m going to end up getting the Easy Street pattern. I’d love to try out the corner clipper on it!

  13. Betty says:

    This ruler will get used in so many ways!

  14. Sue Bennett says:

    On about 250 half square triangles that I have to make. This is a must have tool.

  15. Lisa Marie says:

    This seems like a handy tool, as I am not a fan of drawing pencil lines on squares. I love that Waterfalls pattern you showed and would like to use the Folded Corner Clipper for it.

  16. Tiff Blakey says:

    Genius! I’d use it on the churn dash quilt I’m making as a Christmas gift.

  17. Karen says:

    I’m not sure what my next quilt will be, but it certainly would have folded corners, because this makes it look so easy!

  18. Marca says:

    I could use it on the sawtooth stars for the baby quilt I’m making right now. Most of the patens I make have flying geese or HSTs or some other block that could use this ruler, though. It looks very versatile.

  19. Bonnie says:

    You make this look so easy! I think I would like to use it on Waterfalls – what a beautiful quilt!

  20. I sure could use this handy tool on the pieced binding for my granddaughters’ quilts. It will be delightfully pieced on purpose, but this Folded Corner Clipper could make this task delightfully FAST!
    Thank you!

  21. DebrafromMD says:

    I have a pattern with lots of stars in the design. This ruler would come in very handy.

  22. I will use this for lots of projects. But I want to use it on bindings first. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  23. Deb says:

    What a great tool! I don’t have a specific project in mind at the moment but you did mention the snowball block and I have a pattern for a snowball quilt that I would like to make from flannels. So that might be something I will need for that project! Thanks for the chance to win!

  24. martha says:

    I would use this on flying geese blocks. Thanks for a great give-a-way.

  25. tpott says:

    I’d like to make a Hunters star quilt, this ruler looks like it would be a great help. ;-> Toni Anne

  26. Gloria says:

    I have been cutting squares to make half-square triangles for a Christmas quilt – I wish i hadthat tool right now!

  27. James Dodson says:

    I’m currently working on a table runner that has a lot of half square triangles on it.

  28. I am just starting a quilt with a ton of stars….this would be perfect! Thanks for the tutorial!

  29. Rose says:

    I just started making a mini with lots of half square triangles.

  30. Deb says:

    I would try it in HST!

  31. Kristy says:

    The FOLDED CORNER CLIPPER looks like one clever tool! I need to add that to my arsinol.

  32. Kim M says:

    I’m loving that Easy Street pattern! I’d love to make that with a folded corner clipper! It seems like a great pattern for really showing off fabrics.

  33. Jodi says:

    I would love to try this ruler. I just made some BOMs that could have used this method.

  34. JoanG says:

    I have a school house pattern with lots of hsts. I can also see it would be of great use in binding.

  35. Taya@TypeB says:

    Oh my, this is a fantastic ruler! I’d like to make a scrappy geese quilt and this ruler would be such a great time saver. Thanks for sharing!

  36. Kay says:

    This is perfect for so many things. I would love to do a whole quilt with HSTs and this would be a great help. Thanks for a great giveaway.

  37. HSTs. I have an ongoing and possibly neverending project with them. This is a very clever tool.

  38. DeborahGun says:

    Would love to use this for a HST quilt 🙂

  39. Martina says:

    I think I would use it for a snowball quilt.

  40. CathyK says:

    I am just beginning a quilt with a lot of half square triangles, so this tool would sure come in handy! Thank you for the chance!

  41. sandra says:

    I can see using the folded corner clipper being useful in ALL my quilting projects! Thanks for the giveaway!

  42. i could use it in just about any new project. i just finished 2 quilts where the blocks were using the same method, minus this awesome tool.

  43. Mary Ann says:

    I love the Waterfall pattern. This sounds like a great tool – another must have!

  44. Katie says:

    I just got a Happy Go Lucky layer cake to make a snowball quilt with, and it has tons of corners that could use this! Thanks!

  45. BizyStitches says:

    oh my gosh, after reading your blog I want to go and do some sewing. Your ruler would be the handiest thing to have. I’m working on a table runner right now with the maple leaf design and this tool would make it go so much faster. Thanks for the chance to win a wonderful gift

  46. sallgood says:

    I’m making Polka dot roof tops to turn some wonky log cabin blocks into houses- this would be perfect!

  47. Kathy M says:

    I have seen several flying geese quilts I would like to try. This looks like it would make it so easy.

  48. Heidi says:

    I am between projects right now but this would be a great tool to have! I have a feeling I would use it all the time!

  49. Wow. I love your tool too. I would especially use it for HST. I’m thinking about doing a quilt with HST made into pinwheels. This would be a time saver. Thanks for the chance to win.

  50. Donna~~ says:

    I’ve got a project which needs about a zillion half-square triangles for the last border. I’d love to give this a try!

  51. Tamara Oster says:

    Love to have this little tool ~ working full time & reserve duty leave little time for my true passion…sewing.

  52. Elizabeth says:

    I would love to make a graphic baby blanket with this ruler.

  53. debbowers says:

    Great idea! I’ve used your method for HST but not with the aid of a ruler like yours! This would make life much easier :). I would use it to make “another” star quilt using Christmas fabrics.

  54. Missy Shay says:

    This would probably work very well on the nose gay quilt I want to make!

  55. Lynda says:

    I have all the fabrics and instructions for a quilt using nothing but HST’s and some sashing, this tool would be a wonderful time saver – maybe that is why I haven’t started making it yet!

  56. Paty Z says:

    I make a lot of HST´s and this tool would help me a lot!! I spend a lot of time trimming squares. I think this is a must have.

  57. Mary says:

    It’s a star block with folded corners. This would be so handy!

  58. anyadahab says:

    I am getting ready to work on a new baby quilt. This would make the corner details so much easier!

  59. Abbigail says:

    I’m working on making a lot of hst’s for some scrappy quilts and also for swappin. This would help so much!

  60. LizA. says:

    There’s a project I’ve been thinking about for quite some time that will use a LOT of flying geese. This would be perfect for making them.

  61. Donna W says:

    Love this tool. I would like to make Garden Pinwheels.

  62. M.W. says:

    Very clever. I have been wanting to make a chevron quilt with all half square triangles. This would be a great time saver.
    Thanks for the chance to win
    Shawn M

  63. JANET says:

    There is a strip quilt I have been wanting to make for some time now. That ruler is perfect for the process!

  64. Susan Smith says:

    Beautiful quilts! I’d love to use this on some flying geese!

  65. New pattern that this ruler will work to make the process easier.

  66. maggi says:

    Ooooh – I would use it for cutting the binding on the quilt I am currently hand-quilting!

    Love the fact that it simplifies the piecing process!

  67. I see that new waterfall quilt! That would be fun to use this tool on! How about giving me a chance at it????

  68. these little cut corners scare me but I’m up to trying it. Maybe on some square in a square blocks

  69. Deb G. in VA says:

    I want to make a flying geese quilt and this would be perfect! Thanks for the chance to win a Folded Corner Clipper!

  70. Kay says:

    This looks like a much used tool. I would use it on my next pinwheel quilt.

  71. simplyquilts says:

    I have a pattern that is made completely of HST. This would be such a time saver!

  72. Sally says:

    I’d use it to trim all my ‘leaders and enders’ HSTs to a uniform size and make a very scrappy quilt! Cool tool!

  73. Sandy D says:

    OM Gosh I love this tool. I have not seen it before. What a handy tool for binding also.

  74. Joanna says:

    I need your ruler. I will use it the next time I made flying geese, a block I seem to not be able to make with the proper 1/4″ seem allowance. I’m always cutting off those points.

  75. Denniele says:

    I have always been a fan of trimming to size after stitching. Maybe I need to re-think with this tool. Would love to win one! Thank you

  76. KMSC says:

    I’m stitching various star blocks for a row-by-row exchange. I’m sure your tool would be very handy!

  77. Joan H. says:

    This tool would really come in handy for almost any quilt. I’m planning on making a quilt with many HSTs in it in the near future and this would be so helpful.

  78. Lisas Mom says:

    The folded corner cutter would help speed up the process when I cut and sew up my take on the Jelly Roll race pattern.

  79. GranChris says:

    I love Snowballs and I am always making Bias Tape or bindings so this would be wonderful!

  80. Linda says:


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  82. I would like to do a silly flying geese quilt. I just finished a snowball quilt and really could of used it. lol

  83. Gill says:

    I’d love to try the Easy Street pattern!

  84. BryeLynn says:

    Great demo – I am not much of a specialty ruler gal, but you made me want one. I am currently working on a 72 block HST quilt and this would come in handy.

  85. Mom C says:

    My next quilt has lots of stars, which means lots of HST and flying geese. (I’m trying to improve my flying geese.) I love the diagonal cuts, I can see how your ruler will be very, very useful. Thanks.

  86. Would love to win this ruler,thanks

  87. Patches says:

    I will be making quilts for my twin niece and nephew. Thanks for this opportunity

  88. I’ll use it to make HSTs and a flock of Geese. Thanks for the chance to win! ☺

  89. I need this ruler! hehe HSTs have a way if turning wonky on me and looks like I’ve found the answer. I’m making a civil war quilt with lots of HSTs and this ruler would make the going easier.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and the chance to win.


  90. GeeMa says:

    This looks like a really neat tool. I hate drawing lines. It’s so time consuming. Love the Garden Pinwheel pattern.

  91. Fran says:

    I just finished a snowball quilt, and boy could I have used this tool! Next on my list are two twin quilts for the bunk house at our camp, and the Corner Clipper would really help!

  92. Sallie says:

    I would use it on the round robin quilt that I have – still need to get to work on it. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  93. Contemplating another Mystry Star Quilt .. this would be so awesome for all those 40+ flying geese 🙂

  94. Cindi says:

    I love the idea of this trimmer. I have a bunch of snowball blocks to do. That sure would come in handy!

  95. Nancyz says:

    I love gadgets! And would love to win this! Thanks for the giveaway.

  96. pojeda says:

    On HST’s. I would love that!

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  97. Aunt LeAnn says:

    I think I would go and buy the pattern for Twisted Trellis to use it on. That is such a neat tool. I need to either win it or find one to buy..

  98. Gloria Wert says:

    This looks so neat. I am working of a friendship quilt and I think it would be a great help.

  99. I’m not sure yet what my next project will be project will be, but I know this tool would be perfect for those pesky flipped corners!

  100. Laurel says:

    Wow! I love it! I was toying with the idea of a hourglass or HST quilt for myself, but I’ve been putting it off because of all that trimming. Trimming and THEN ironing? That’s brilliant.

  101. Irene Olsen says:

    I am working on a I SPy quilt for my grand daughter,,,, I always have a terrible time with the binding and this tool looks like it would be SO MUCH HELP! wow,, I also like the ease of using it for HST,, very cool…… pic me! 🙂

  102. I love any tool that makes the work go more quickly! I need to make flying geese for a Christmas quilt I would like to finish. This would be perfect.

  103. betty drake says:

    I have a table runner pattern that has lots of HST blocks so could really use this.kednAnd 47

  104. Robin Huss says:

    This would be perfect to use on my Pin wheel blocks. Thank you for the chance to win.

  105. bluebear says:

    I like the Twisted Trellis and Waterfalls patterns so would love to try the Folded Corner Clipper.

  106. tanyaPBE says:

    Flying geese or half square triangles

  107. Mariette says:

    I have LOTS of flying geese and half-square triangles to make. This will really speed things up!!!!

  108. I would use it on a Halloween table topper.

  109. Rose Smith says:

    Great tool! As a newbie still to quilting, I think I’d make an Easy Street Quilt should I win. Love the design, and the way you get to see plenty of patterns within the designs.

  110. sounds cool I would like to try it

  111. No kidding, I could use that thing every day!! It would save me so much time because I’m a pattern designer/piecer/quilter and I sew quilts non stop. I’ll have to send good vibes to the number finder!!

  112. QuiddityRox says:

    I’m swooning lately and would use this to trim those corners.
    I thought trimminh after sewing on the line was to keep the bias edges from stretching…or am I wrong?

  113. Have been working on a snowball quilt and this would definitly make it easier.

  114. Christina says:

    I would use it on either Prairie Sky Quilting’s “Garden Pinwheels” or a variant of the log cabin block (similar to the pineapple variation)!

  115. Vicki H says:

    I don’t have a specific project in mind, but it seems as if I am always trimming triangles. I would love to have this tool.

  116. Jennifer says:

    Oh, I need this! How about every project?

  117. Sarah says:

    I really like the Easy Street pattern above, I may have to try it soon.

  118. I’m going to make a HST quilt (pinks and whites) for my new niece. I was not looking forward to the line marking and trimming, so this tool could be the answer!

  119. Judith says:

    I love this idea for half square triangles. I would love to use for my Christmas chevron table runners.

  120. Kim says:

    This is going to make my life so much easier.

  121. Dawn K. says:

    This is a great tool. I tried it with a regular ruler, not so good. I have a 4-square block that makes stars once you add the star points. would be great for that quilt. Hope a get to try in out.

  122. Sharon Dixon says:

    I really like the Split Rock pattern pictured and would like to do that one.

  123. Kerry Young says:

    Love the Garden Pinwheels quilt so I may just try that

  124. Tina H. says:

    I would use this tool for a flying geese quilt. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

  125. Debbie W. says:

    I make a lot of projects using half square triangle. This little gadget would be a wonderful addition to my ruler collection and appears to make life simpler using this ruler. I would love to win this. Thanks for the opportunity.

  126. Rhonda Davis says:

    I’m working on a quilt for one of my granddaughters that has HSTs making up a hexagon. I’m also going to make a pillow to match so that will be my first project to use the ruler on. Sure do hope I win! Thanks!

  127. Janarama says:

    I’d love this tool to make a scrappy HST quilt.

  128. I really want to make a snowball quilt!

  129. I could use this for my Tula Pink Peaks & Valleys quilt!

  130. Katie.Herzog says:

    I would make so many flying geese!

  131. this is a great little ruler………

  132. Anne D says:

    What a great ruler. I would use it to make christas charming chevrons quilt. Thanks for the chance to win

  133. Marilyn Snow says:

    I saw a really cute snowman quilt on Pinterest that this ruler would be perfect for. Thanks for the chance to win!

  134. Ellen says:

    I have at least 4 projects on the go that would really benefit from this niffty tool.

  135. Nita says:

    How about…the very next one! Lol!

  136. It’s a binding miracle! I would use it for binding and maybe some flying geese.

  137. One of those ah-ha things you wonder why it wasn’t invented years ago… well done!

  138. Betty says:

    I just started a Carpenter’s Star quilt with 20 blocks and each block has 52 HST units that finish at 2 inches. I only have one block done and I can already see this will be a long term project!

  139. Mary Graff says:

    I have a project in mind that uses lots of folded corner piecing. This would be so handy.

  140. Debbie says:

    Anew Christmas quilt made with snowballs.

  141. csburns says:

    I would use this on my geese!

  142. Nancy says:

    I’m not sure, but I will find one to use this clever tool on.
    thanks for the giveaway

  143. Wendy B says:

    ooooh, on EVERY new project…starting with the swap gifts I need to finish pronto!!! What a clever clever idea!!!

  144. Jean in AZ says:

    This tool is great! I would use it for HST’s for a Christmas table runner.

  145. I want to make a flying geese quilt. Because I have had such trouble getting the pieces to turn out right, I have put it off. This tool will be a godsend. I am anxious to get one. Thanks for the chance to win.

  146. Hope says:

    What a handy tool that is. I have a quilt to make involving lots of HSTs cut from a jelly roll. This little tool would be ideal for it.

  147. Qltr89 says:

    Swoon is on my list of patterns to make; this tool will be perfect for all the HST the pattern requires.

  148. Sheryl says:

    I have always wanted to make a snowball quilt. This tool would make it so much faster. I am going to have to buy this if I don’t win.

  149. Sandy Diehl says:

    I’m not sure but if I win I’ll know what my project will be before it gets here in the mail! Lol! I must get one!

  150. Margaret says:

    I just started a new quilt and the whole thing is hst. This would be a super help for that project.

  151. JoyceLM says:

    I’m swapping HSTs with my sisters & this tool would be perfect for making them. Thanks.

  152. Rachel says:

    I’d definitely use this nifty tool on my Christmas charm quilt, currently a WIP up on my design wall and languishing there for lack of attention. Nothing like a new ruler to put me back into production mode.

  153. Rosa says:

    This tool is perfect to all my HST.I`m sewing a star quilt to my sister.Thanks!

  154. I’m planning a quilt for granddaughter’s graduation from college gift….will use the tool there as well as other half square quilting pieces. Thanks for offering this tool as a give away.

  155. shout4joy says:

    I would use this cool tool (why didn’t *I* think of that!) on many, many projects … but the first would be a snowball quilt I have in the planning stage 🙂

  156. Sandy O says:

    What a great ruler. Have never seen this before. Thanks for sharing and I would love to make another Snowball quilt and also use it for half square triangles. Would also love to try one of your patterns too.

  157. Wow, another great tool I can’t do without. I’m gonna go broke.

  158. Debra Yates says:

    Getting the fabric together to make the hubby a quilt with lots of HSTs an this little tool sure would help. Thank You for the chance to win it.

  159. Kathy says:

    I would use it on flying geese pattern and the binding. Looks like a gret tool. Thanks…

  160. Allison C says:

    I’m currently working on an all solids HST quilt top and this would be super helpful!

  161. Judy Ann says:

    I would use the tool for cutting the pieces for a mini quilt I am planning. It would most helpful!

  162. Laurie says:

    Wow what a neat gadget – I’m sure I could find many ways to use that !

  163. Baglady says:

    I have some baby quilts to bind for our guild. This tool would be very handy for joining the strips.

  164. Carol M says:

    For ALL my HST’s..for flying geese, and more, much more!

  165. It would be handy for a lot of quilts, but I certainly would love to make the Easy street quilt that you have pictured. It is really awesome.

  166. Michele T says:

    OMG! How long has this ruler been around for?! It would be a perfect tool for flying geese which is a project that I would love to try!! Thanks for the chance!!

  167. kshackabq says:

    I was just thinking about a scrap quilt of half square triangles. This would be just the ticket to make that quick, accurate and easy! Thanks for the demo. Glad to know about the Folded Corner Clipper.

  168. jmniffer says:

    My next project is a wall hanging with 164 HST’s. I just finished cutting the pieces, it sure would be nice not having to draw the line on all of those! Thanks for the chance at winning a new to me ruler.

  169. Folded corner clipper? Great idea and very handy!

  170. Patty says:

    I have a pattern with lots of flying geese, that would be a great way to break in this new ruler.

  171. Virlinda Day says:

    I’ve been wanting to make a quilt made up of snowball blocks and nine patch blocks. I would use the ruler on the snowball blocks.

  172. lovetoquilt says:

    I would love to try the Folded Corner Clipper tool on the spool quilt that I will be making soon from the Craftsy website with Joanna Figueroa. Thanks for the chance!

  173. Katie says:

    I plan on making tons of flying geese in my next quilt and your tool would be perfect! It’s like you knew I needed your help! Thank you! Thanks for the chance to win!

  174. I would use it finish a UFO project !!

  175. Water Lilly says:

    Wow! This looks like fun!

  176. Melanie says:

    Binding, binding and binding!

  177. sunny5597 says:

    I have a wall hanging that I am almost finished with and need to bind. I would use it to do my binding

  178. I am making a king size quilt with lots of piecing and this tool would be wonderful to use.

  179. Deb says:

    I could use this on a Christmas quilt I want to make.

  180. Helen Tulip says:

    I don’t buy new rulers usually, just try to figure out how I can use my rulers to do the same thing, but I can see myself buying this for many projects. I can see how much time it will save, Helen

  181. Carla G says:

    I’d like to use this cool ruler on a zig zag quilt. 🙂

  182. Barbara H says:

    I love this ruler! I would use it on a half square quilt.

  183. Cecilia says:

    This tool looks great! I always have a hard time when I make snowball blocks. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  184. Susan says:

    I can see this tool would be perfect for my next project- flying geese!

  185. Ann in NC says:

    I am working on a scrappy Jewel Box. This would be great for the HST! Cool tool!

  186. I need a project to use this tool on. Waterfalls looks like one I would enjoy making. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  187. Heather says:

    I would use it to make the easy street pattern. Going to print out the product sheet next so I can take it to my local shop so the owner can order it for me and one for mom.

  188. Nancy in IN says:

    I keep HST’s going all the time.

  189. Chiska says:

    I have a snowball I-spy quilt I owe two of my nieces. Thanks so much for the chance!

  190. I’ve just gotten my first jelly rolls, so this would be great to use to make a bunch of HST from those! Thanks for a chance to win 🙂

  191. Melissa says:

    I’m making a pinwheel quilt out of Winter’s Lane, and not having to draw all those lines would really simplify the project!

  192. Margaret says:

    Right now I am doing some farmers wife blocks and I sure could use this. Thanks for sharing

  193. Jill says:

    I’d use it on all of them! That’s because I think it would be *wonderful* for assembling binding strips!

  194. Lisa Rogers says:

    I am ready to make an I Spy quilt. It would make it easier when I make snowball I Spy blocks. I love all the new things we have been exposed to this month. I have been doing things the hard way. Think how much time I will save using these tools. Thank you for a chance to win.

  195. Fran says:

    I would use it on my current project, it would be a brilliant helper in making, sewing & attaching binding. It would be so handy for pretty much any project, I really do marvel at the ingenious tools that people come up with! Thanks for the chance to win.

  196. ozone3 says:

    Working on a lap quilt for my mother that has TONS of half square triangles. Would work great for that.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

  197. Potpourri says:

    I am going too make a star quilt. This is perfect for those flying geese

  198. JulieD says:

    Great idea! I would like to make a table runner with snowball blocks.

  199. Linda says:

    I would love using this ruler for a flying geese border on a quilt that I am currently making. Thanks.

  200. Karen says:

    Just about every project I look at has hst or trimmed corners so I’m sure I would use this ruler frequently.

  201. Paula says:

    Wow, what a versatile tool. I would find so many uses for this tool but immediately would use it on a quilt pattern titled Mirror, Mirror. Thanks for showing all the useful ways to use the Corner Trimmer. I will definitely check out your website for other ideas.

  202. I think I would love using that tool for binding.

  203. GO STARS! says:

    I’ve been playing with HST’s lately and this tool would definitely be a help. Thanks for the chance.

  204. I have become obsessed with flying geese. so, flying geese it is.

  205. Howdy says:

    I was planning to design a Mystery Quilt for some friends… this could come in very handy.

  206. I’d love this for a king size quilt I’m getting ready to make.

  207. Dawn White says:

    Another ruler I didn’t know I needed! I can think of several projects already underway that I could use this tool on. Thanks for the chance to win.

  208. Kathy Sue says:

    Such wonderful multiple uses! I am fascinated by flying geese but this newbie has not gotten up the nerve to give them a try. This tool certainly gives me no room for excuses. Thank you for the ideas. kathleen dot lutz at doh dot state dot nj dot us

  209. Ally says:

    I have an adorable Christmas quilt that has many snowballs in it and I would love to try this ruler on that!! Thanks for the great notion.

  210. Gwen says:

    I would use the folded corners to
    precut half square triangles for
    my scrappy quilt. thanks for the
    chance to win.

  211. Judy1522 says:

    I would use it for a Christmas quilt that I plan to make that is made up of HST’s

  212. shawn says:

    I would use it for the next time I do binding or HST.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

  213. MoeWest says:

    I’ll use it on all my bindings for a starter. What a nifty tool!

  214. I’d use it on just about everything starting with flying geese!

  215. LeAnne says:

    I would use it on the strip quilt I’m making now, Glory by Cozy Quilt Designs.

  216. Sherill says:

    I need to make alot of flying geese. this tool would be perfect!

  217. Michelle B. says:

    Doing HST seems so daunting having to draw the line, but this ruler rocks!!

  218. Laura B says:

    I would like to try this on a flying geese quilt.

  219. Ohhhh, LOVE!! I love working with HSTs but the trimming! Does my head in. I’d definitely use this to make the fully HST quilt I’ve been wanting to make but just can’t face all that trimming!

  220. Jeanne Gwin says:

    One of the quilts that I am currently working on for Christmas gifts has a flying geese border, this would be of great use to me for that. Thanks for a chance to win this very cool ‘corner clipper’. 🙂

  221. Unknown says:

    I have a table runner I would use this tool for! Now to choose my fabric….

  222. Lee says:

    I would love this for snowball blocks! how fun! thanks!

  223. Pat says:

    I would love to use the Folded Corner Clipper for all of my small pieced scrappy quilts especially the one that I am trying to finish for a friend’s surprise birthday present. Wonderful fabric and time saving tool. Thank you

  224. SewLindaAnn says:

    I’d like it for using on making binding strips. I always have trouble with the marking.

  225. Kathy says:

    i would love to make a Hunters star quilt and this would be ideal for all those triangles

  226. Beth says:

    Oh my word! This is exactly what I have been looking for. I find it so hard to get my binding strips to line up, which makes me put off making them, which means I have a lot of quilts around just waiting for binding. I would love to win this little gem and finish some of those quilts at long last.

  227. I have a couple of patterns on my “bucket list” that have snowballs; this would be PERFECT for those blocks! I also avoid flying geese (though I love how they look) because they can be tedious to make … this may have removed that obstacle!

  228. This looks to be a great tool. Saving steps is a good thing!

  229. Lynn S says:

    Oh my goodness! I wish I had found out about this earlier. I know the perfect quilt for this–Cutoffs in Kathy Brown’s new Fat-Quarter quickies!

  230. Deece says:

    I have a zig zag quilt made up of half square triangles that this would be perfect for.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  231. Marilyn says:

    Looks like a perfect binding too as well!

  232. Kris says:

    What an AWESOME little ruler! I would certainly use it alot! I have three quilts cut out right now that call for “drawing a line and sewing” I would love to give this ruler a try! 🙂

    thanks for the chance… 🙂

  233. So many things this ruler could be used for. I’m thinking of dozens of quilt patterns that I could use it on but I would start with a Rose Maison quilt.

  234. Beth says:

    What a neat tool!! I would use it on the binding of the quilt I am working on. I always have a hard time cutting the overlapping binding part. This tool would make it a piece of cake. Thanks for the chance to win such a fabulous tool!

  235. Lynne says:

    I would like to make the new Waterfalls quilt.
    Thank for the chance to win.

  236. EllenB says:

    I use scraps as leaders, making loads of HSTs for a someday all HST quilt. In the meantime, making the flying geese for an Ohio Star quilt is getting to be quite tedious.

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  238. AmandaA says:

    I would use it on a Flying Geese quilt for a friend’s baby.

  239. Ruth B says:

    Perfect for the snowball quilt I want to make for Christmas!!

  240. Ellee says:

    I like the Easy Street quilt. — soparkaveataoldotcom

  241. Sally in WA says:

    If I won this ruler, I think I would make the Waterfalls quilt. I like that pattern! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  242. Debbie P says:

    I would love to make the new pattern shown at the end of the tutorial called Waterfalls. It is so fresh & fun!! The ruler would take the stress away and making it fun and easier!

  243. Janet says:

    Ooh, how fast can you ship? I’m going on a quilting retreat in a few weeks and I’d use this on the two piecing projects I’m taking … a Lady of the Lake and a Fox and Geese! This is MADE for me!

    Thanks for the chance!

  244. Debbie says:

    I would use this on some of the baby quilts I am making. Awesome ideas!

  245. mary mahoo says:

    I’d definitely make good use of the Folder Corner Clipper for the HST Chevron quilt I’m planning! Thanks for the chance to win.

  246. Susan says:

    I want to try a HST quilt. This would really help!!

  247. Nancy in IN says:

    2.5 and 3.5 rulers; I use to square up HST

  248. mabear says:

    I’ve been wanting to make a snowball quilt. Thanks Sandy Y

  249. Barbara McD says:

    I have a quilt that I have to make nearly 150 flying geese, then they’re placed butt-to-beak around the outside edge of the quilt! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve ripped out and tried again!

    Please let me win this ruler so I can finish this quilt!!!!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  250. Vio says:

    I would love to make a rainbow pinwheel quilt with hst and this would make it so easy! It would help do much with all my binding, too! I love to make big quilts so I join lots of strips!

  251. I’m currently making a HUGE quilt for my mother. The top is already finished, so now I’m for the quilting and bind.

    My first use for that tool would most probably be for the binding of the quilt. And then… the possibilities are endless 🙂

    Thanks for the chance!

  252. kbo says:

    I’d try the new quilt project you posted “Waterfalls”

  253. Karen says:

    Well I am right in the middle of a project that has tons of these pieces. I did not even know this ruler was out there, but definitely would make my project easier and more accurate! I definitely need this tool!

  254. KathleenD says:

    What a clever, time saving idea! I have to get one of your Corner Clippers. I’ll cross my fingers and hope to be a lucky winner in this giveaway. Thank you. Kathleen

  255. batgirl says:

    This would be good for the jelly roll quilt. My next project! Thanks for the tutorial

  256. Amy says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to win this tool!

  257. Cline says:

    Thanks for the chance to xin this tool. It seams a good tools for much quilt.

  258. ShelleyJo says:

    I would love to try this ruler! I am just getting started in quilting and this looks like a useful tool!

  259. Peggy says:

    I make a lot of miniature quilts and think this will be a very handy ruler to use. Thank you. Looks like fun.

  260. Andrea Boltz says:

    I would use it on some flying geese for a quilt I’m making!

  261. Connie says:

    This really looks like a neat ruler! I enjoy making half square triangle blocks and would love to use this!

  262. Carla says:

    I think this is a wonderful design, thanks for designing a multiuse tool.

  263. Erma Bonilla says:

    Easy Street looks like a quilt I would like to try.

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