Tools for Regular Rulers:
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Guidelines Ruler(s) &
Scant ¼” Seam Allowance Tool & Point Trimner:
Connectors for Guidelines Rulers don’t have suction cups while the two for regular acrylic rulers do. Why is that?
Both the Guidelines Ruler Connector and the Quilt Ruler Connector have a lip edge. Why is that?
In addition to a lip edge, the Quilt Ruler Connector also has alignment tabs. What are they for?
The Open Hand Handle/ Multi-Width Ruler Connector doesn't have alighment tabs or a lip edge. Why would you want to use it to connect rulers of different widths?
All three connectors have built-in handles. Why do you call one of them an “Open Hand Handle”?
You show making corner square to square up your fabric the Super Easy Way using both the Guidelines Ruler Connector and the Quilt Ruler Connector. Can you also use the Open Hand Handle/Multi-Width Connector to do that?