Use Fons & Porter Quarter Inch Seam Markers to mark 1/4 inch (0.25 in) sewing lines on fabric. They provide a quick and easy way to create half square triangles and hourglass units.

Use the two Omnigrid Fussy Cut Templates to mark 2”, 3”, 4”, 5”, 6”, 7” and 8” squares—perfect for fussy cutting.

See how to use Omnigrid® Glow-Line™ Tape to mark measurements used repeatedly during a project and also to highlight lines and shapes on rulers when you need to create project-specific angles. This easy-to-use, see-through fluorescent tape allows you to see marks and measurements on the ruler. Being low tack, it won’t leave residue on your ruler, so it’s easy to apply and remove from rulers.

Use the non-slip OmniArc(TM) Circle Cutter for quilting, sewing and crafts projects requiring circles. Handy grooves and easy-to-read angle markings allow you to create spheres with a finished diameter of 4”, 6”, 8” 10” or 12”. The ruler can also be used to cut rings and half-circles.

Use an OmniEdge(TM) ruler to cut straight and bias pieces. The ruler’s 1/8” lip, also known as a channel, catches on the edge of the cutting mat—working similar to a T-square—to prevent slipping during cutting and is easily removed to use the OmniEdge like a regular ruler.

See how to use the Omnigrid® marking trio to quickly and accurately perform a variety of marking tasks. The center line is exactly 1/4 inch (0.25 in) from both edges of the ruler. This provides an accurate reference line for: marking quarter inch sewing lines, adding quarter inch seam allowances, checking quarter inch seam allowances and marking quarter inch quilting lines.