From $18.49 to $22.49

Perfect for quilting smaller circles. Designed by Lisa Calle for Quilter’s Groove.



ProPebbles™ are a great tool to help you make perfect small circles! The closed circle on the tool is for marking, not quilting.

Use the other circle for stitching and don’t forget to use your ruler base for your quilting machine!

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Rated 4.83 out of 5 stars
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6 reviews for ProPebbles

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Pro Pebbles ruler Getting use to holding it as fairly small but having tried to make small circles by freehand - not good regardless of practice - this ruler is remarkably easy and accurate.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Great template I put some gripper stuff on the back to keep it from sliding and love it. I find it easier to go inside a circle than around the outside, used it for a thin border on my quilt.

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Pro Pebbles LOVE my Pebble templates! I didn't think that I would need the smaller ones but wow, what a difference it has made with my circles! I am currently working on a very whimsical quilt and I am having so much fun with my different sized pebbles, I almost wish the quilt was bigger. :) (For slipping, I haven't had that problem, but I have found that PMQuilting Slip Stop is awesome. Highly recommend it for all rulers. )

  4. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Amazing visibility on the markings ProPebbles are great for detail quilting. It is super easy to see the marking lines on all types of fabric.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Love them These are the best small circle rulers by far! And have crisp clear markings

  6. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Great Circles I ordered this after watching the video on line. I have played with the set on my APQS sit down George and they make great circles/pebbles. They are well made rulers, but I wish that they had been able to make an opening to the two 'closed' circles (used for tracing in the video) as it would have given the option of making circles with both the 'outside' path and the 'inside' path. Other than that I am looking forward to making perfect little circles! Oh, I used sticky little sandpaper circles on the back to help with slipping. I will see how these hold up - otherwise I will use the adhesive, clear grit sheets that skateboarders use on their skateboards -= that has worked wonderfully on my other rulers!

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