Sid Machine Quilting Ruler


(3 customer reviews)

Sid is a little bit straight, a little curvy, and completely devoted to helping you create some amazing designs.


Sid is a little bit straight, a little curvy, and completely devoted to helping you create some amazing designs.

His straight side:

Quilting straight lines is a snap with Sid. Not only does he have a nice long straight edge, needle stops on both sides will help you get perfect spacing between your lines. The marked line also help you end up exactly where you want.

His Cut Out Center

The cut out center will help you master stitching in the seams of your quilt by keeping you on track. Or you can rotate the ruler to create intricate designs such as the starburst design. So fun, so versatile, so easy!

His Curvy side

Sid isn’t all straight lines, he’s got a curvy side that’s just waiting to quilt brackets. The Bracket quilting design is a slightly curvy, slightly pointy design that’s perfect for skinny border, repeated as an allover design or perfect for quilting blocks.

– Creative Grids Grip ensures the tool doesn’t slip while quilting.
– Black and white dashed guide lines are visible on all fabric colors.
– Shape allows you to keep control, helping prevent broken needles and crooked lines.
– Made with 1/4in thick high-grade acrylic that is perfect for both longarm and home sewing machines.

You can also use Sid to quilt:
-Piano key border design without having to rotate the ruler
-Easy 45 degree lines for mitered corner designs

Measures approx 4-1/2in x 6in

Additional information

Weight3.8 oz

3 reviews for Sid Machine Quilting Ruler

  1. M Tierney

    Please add the thickness of the ruler. Or that it’s for low shank or not, since some with same name now come both ways

  2. Sue S. in MD (verified owner)

    I am new to ruler work on my longarm, and this ruler is great! The best feature for me was having the markings in black and white. A lot of rulers are marked in white only, and my quilt was all pastels, which made the white lines hard to see, so having black markings as well made it so much easier! Thank you, Angela!

  3. Cherry Freudiger

    Wins the “Goldilocks Award” for just right! A great fit for my hand that stops my bad habit of overextending (i.e. stitching past my fingers) when holding the ruler. Used this on the Echoes and Curves Challenge and this will be my go-to ruler from now on! I”m using it with my APQS Millie.

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