New: Hot Ruler for Clover Press Perfect
Lazies, Get ready to meet, and fall in love with, the newest member of my Clover Press Perfect line of notions. The new Hot Ruler™ is the much-anticipated cousin to our very popular Hot Hemmer™ and was introduced at Quilt Market in Houston this past October.
Hot Ruler by Joan Hawley for Clover Press Perfect. Item 7811
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Bigger Is Better!
The Hot Ruler is ideal for larger measuring and pressing tasks such as: home dec, long hems, deep hems, large mitered corners. Making it perfect for today’s trends of ruffles, purse straps, pillow cases, full skirts and more.
Talk To Me
The Hot Ruler is 2 ½” x 10”, compared to the Hot Hemmer at 6” x 5”, and is designed with basic ruler markings. We used a slightly darker ink on the Hot Ruler to help distinguish between the two tools at your work space.
We designed it to be the size of the work space right in front of you. Not too big, not too small, we’ve packed a lot of function into its compact size. The new Hot Ruler is a versatile tool with many applications.
Get A Grip
Unique non-slip surface helps hold fabric in place, offering better management of small hems or when working with delicate fabrics. The nylon fiberboard is heat resistant and can be pressed with a dry or steam iron. And it won’t heat up too much to touch or handle.
The Art of the Measure
The Hot Ruler artwork includes all sorts of strategy. Heavier line markings for inch increments, lighter for half inch. Smaller increment marking are strategically located all around the tool. The tool is designed so you can find the line you need, then confirm by checking the printed number size. That makes it easy to use the tool from any edge or orientation.
Use the Hot Ruler to measure, fold and press long hems, binding and more. Simply fold the fabric over the edge, match to the size needed and press. .
For deep hems, measure up from the edge, make a mark. Number markings start at zero at the short edge, and go up to 10″.
Do this at several points, then match the Ruler to the marks.
Fold fabric over the edge, then press.
For tight spaces, like a narrow pant leg, use the narrow edge of the Hot Ruler to measure, fold and press.
The Almighty Miter!
For large mitered corners, align the Ruler with the miter fold. Here I’ve tucked it inside the fold (or place ruler on top of the fold). Then verify the angle by matching the miter line to the fabric edge as shown.
Wow, Wow, Wow!
The Hot Ruler is the #1 New Release at Amazon in its category – awesome! Add it to your gotta-have list, contact your fav quilt shop and ask for it.
So, there you go, another new basic joins our amazing Clover Press Perfect line of versatile pressing and work station tools.
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Yippppeeee ! Thanks.
I’m so excited! I’ve loved my smaller one! I made a ton of pillowcases at Christmas and it was perfect to use near the bottom to press the seams out. Yeah!
Looking forward, can’t wait and thanks:-)
Many years ago, my mom had a metal ruler sold for pressing hems….the idea was great, but using it wasn’t so hot–well, actually that was the problem!! It was too hot to use. When I saw your Hot Hemmer, I was thrilled, and am using it later tonight to press a hem on some jean shorts!! Thanks!!!
Any UK suppliers of the hot ruler yet?
I bought this ruler recently while in Palm Springs…I paid way too much because of our Canadion Dollar, but it was so worth it…I love it , saved me so much time today while making covers for the arms of my chairs. Thank you for this amazing product.
I remember reading about this ruler just after market and thought that it was already out. I couldn’t find it on any of the on-line shopping sites though. I sure was wishing I had it last night when I was pressing up a hem for my young sewing student. Of course I used the hot hemmer. And we had used the hold it stiletto tool for turning the straps of her dress into sharp points. I’ll check with Sew Thankful and see when they will have the hot ruler available.
SOUNDS WONDERFUL. GOING TO GET ONE FOR WINDOW TREATMENTS I’M MAKING.
I could have used that yesterday!! A tool to add to my stash of tools. Thanks!!