It's a clear ruler with slits already in it where you run your cutting wheel thereby making each cut straight as can be and because there are six slits each 2 1/2" apart you can cut quite quickly and accurately without having to keep moving your ruler.
Below is a close up so you can see the slits (embiggen the pictures to see even better if you'd like)
It's a 'Shape Cut Sprint' manufactured by
June Tailor Inc.
And remember the other day when I was showing you how I fixed a section of a crazy quilt piece that I was unhappy with? Well, here's the finished pocket as it is now...
Sorry about the picture quality - still learning my way around the new computer and haven't mastered the photo program yet! This pocket will hold a pad of paper on the inside of my hussif. If you embiggen the picture you can see more of the details and will notice the 'crystal' in the upper corner. My mother painted the roses on that many moons ago and it's been in my stash waiting for a home. I think it found one!
Today the quote is from an anonymous author... "Stress - that confusion created when the mind must override the body's basic desire to choke the living #*?! out of some idiot who desperately needs it" (Not that any of us would ever have this happen to us!!)