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Thread: calculate size for on point setting and corner triangles

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    calculate size for on point setting and corner triangles

    This is an excellent link for how to calculate setting and corner triangles for on point quilt blocks. http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art180358.asp

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    Thanks for the link!!!!

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    Thank you for sharing the link have bookmarked as I have granny square blocks that I want to put on point andthis will help me figure out the measurements in order to make it happen
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    Thanks!!!!!!!
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    Excellent article! Thanks for posting this helpful link.

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    Thanks for the link. I never wanted to try that before but this makes it much more understandable.

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    Thanks for the link. Have added to my favorites.

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    Bellaonline is a great site, and Judy is a very good instructor for sure. (she has my endorsement, if that means anything !LOL). Great quilting articles for sure ...
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    Thanks for the link........I too have saved it.

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    Thank you for posting this link. I printed off the instructions to keep with my notes. This is going to be helpful when I get to work on my nephew's t-shirt quilt...as soon as my sister can get them to me!
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