I love the elegant look that this double S curve ruler gives to a triangular space. It's a little fiddly to work with so I share some tips for getting better results. It is a full 1/4 inch thick ruler, so you have to be careful to avoid using it behind the foot of some low-shank machines.
I used it in the four corners of my ruler work sampler quilt, which I've shown a few peeks here and there, but I'll show all four corners in my next post. Each corner is done slightly differently, but because they're each done with the same 'frame' and then feathered the same way, the difference is fairly subtle.
The ruler is now available at the shop again, Ronda's Double S Ruler. It makes such beautiful curved crosshatching in triangles.