Given the fresh snowfall last night here in the pacific northwest tossed this together so my wife and kids don’t have to use their wooden ruler.
Designed for a 12" x 12" piece of acrylic, hash marks every 1/4" (after all it is for measuring snow depth), 13" long. Thought about putting on festive snowflakes, but wanted to get it in the snow before it starts to melt.
As I am not metric-phobic I have added a version that is in centimeters. The stick is the same size, and for both you could cut the one, then turn it over, ignore the cut layer, and have a dual version. Thanks for the reminder that the community is global!
If you need something detailed I would definitely go with @rbtdanforth’s version.
Thanks for doing that! Honestly I’m good with this ruler being in inches. It’s just when I’m trying to use a ruler for measuring on paper and stuff the metric is always on the bottom on NA rulers which somehow makes it difficult!
I may just make both of these anyway especially seeing as you went to the effort
I think I need to make one for the lawn guy. He cuts it tall and wants to cut it again a week later, even in mid-winter. I think I need to make one for what I want it cut to and what it needs to reach before cutting again.