I was so sure I'd lost one of my favorite rulers, so I bought another one... then sometime later I found it in a bin of T-shirts I'd started cutting apart. That made me think about organizing my rulers in one place ... and THAT led me on a safari to find all of em.
So I put on my deer-stalker hat, grabbed my spy glass and here's what I found:
Two 4 x 14's; two 9-1/2" square; a 4 x 8; an 8-1/2 x 24; a 4 x 4; a 3 x 18; a 6 x 24; a 12-1/2" square; a 14 x 14; and a corner tool, all by Omnigrid.
a 6-1/2" Easy Square Jr., a 6-1/2" Easy angle; an Easy 6
a Fons & Porter diagonal set ruler (not used yet!); a Creative Grids 20-1/2 square and 60-degree triangle ruler (8" finished)
a Clear View 60-degree - 120-degree cutting tool; a Jodi Barrows square in a square ruler; a Scrap Master ruler; a Dear Jane triangle ruler (not used yet!); and a Wonder Cut ruler. (That Scrap Master is nice, you can cut different sized squares, half- and quarter-square triangles from little odd-sized scraps.)
I also have a 6x24" O'Lippa at the office, and possibly another square one.
I had this one on my cutting table, something heavy fell on an edge that was sticking slightly off the table and broke it off. Lesson learned.
I use the 8-1/2 x 24" a lot, it has a non-slip back and I like being able to add that extra 1/2 inch to my strip. Great for cutting borders!
I'm sure I have a little skinny 1x6??