A blog about quilting and using the LEFT-EZE Rule - my HST/QST Ruler designed for LEFT-HANDED Quilters -
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LEFT-EZE™ Rule - Reviews/Testimonials
After asking Gene Black if I could use his comment on a "Reviews/Testimonials" page - to which he readily agreed - I asked some of my customers/buyers if they would write a Review or a Testimonial - and/or answer the following questions -
1 - What was it about the LEFT-EZE™ Rule that made you want to order one?
2 - What was your biggest fear before you ordered the LEFT-EZE™ Rule?
Did it come true? If not - what happened instead?
3 - What - specifically is/was your favorite part of the LEFT-EZE™ Rule - and why?
4 - If you were to recommend one to your best friend - what would you say?
Be HONEST - your feedback will help if/when I decide to design another one - ;))
Here's hoping that you still like it - and that it has made your quilting life easier - ;))
THANK YOU!!! -
To all those of you who took the time to reply - and for your kind words - ;))
11/29/18 - Katie Z. at Zana's Ninis posted a review - HERE -
8/6/18 - Gene Black has left a new comment on your post "A LEFT - HANDED Ruler for cutting HST and QST -":
You have great information on using the Left Eze Rule. It is a useful tool - even for a right handed guy like me.
And I just love the play on words in the name.
8/7/18 - Chris P. -
I was glad to see on your blog that you were gearing up again to tackle your specialty ruler, which I love by the way. It was so frustrating to read directions given on quilt patterns and mystery quilts using "triangle" rulers that were available before finding yours. The directions are always given for right handed quilters leaving those of us who are left handed to attempt to convert the directions to left handedness. You took matters into your own hands and created the Left-Eze Rule ruler with clear markings and directions which allows left handed quilters to use your ruler, right side up with the markings up so we can read them. No more confusion, fussing or reverse braining the directions to make them work. Thank you for identifying a need and creating a great tool for those of us who are left handed.
If you can use what I have written above, please feel free. Below I will try to more directly answer your questions, in case you need that too.
1 - What was it about the LEFT-EZE Rule that made you want to order one? -
Having a tool to use made for a left handed quilter that can be used without having to use it upside down and backward. The markings are on the ruler so that I can read them while using the ruler.
2 - What was your biggest fear before you ordered the LEFT-EZE Rule? Did it come true? If not - what happened instead?
I was afraid the ruler would just go in the "stack" of unused rulers because it would not perform as promised. I use this ruler all of the time. I can read the markings and make accurate cuts without having to remember, do I flip it this way or have to stop to think about reading from right to left or left to right.
3 - What - specifically is/was your favorite part of the LEFT-EZE Rule - and why? -
The markings on the ruler which are easy to read. I can easily use it as soon as I pick it up, without having to stop and think about what it is I am doing.
4 - If you were to recommend one to your best friend - what would you say? -
If I had any left handed quilting friends this would have been their stocking stuffer gifts as soon as they were available. This ruler is all about having the right tool for the job.
Right handers have had the luxury of different ruler choices for triangles, and up until yours we left handers had to adapt and "make do". Thank you
I hope you can use something of what I have written. Thank you for reaching out to me.
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