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Thread: Half Square Triangles Tutorial

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    http://pinkadotquilts.blogspot.com/2...k-of-that.html

    and be sure to read what her friend told her

    Quote from her thread:

    go to the bottom of that thread for another tip from her friend

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    make sure you go all the way to the bottom to see how her friend told her to cut the squares. That is the best part of the tutorial.

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    thanks

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    yes, thanks I read that also

    Quote Originally Posted by np3
    make sure you go all the way to the bottom to see how her friend told her to cut the squares. That is the best part of the tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    yes, thanks I read that also

    Quote Originally Posted by np3
    make sure you go all the way to the bottom to see how her friend told her to cut the squares. That is the best part of the tutorial.
    I actually just learned that earlier this week. Great trick!

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    I love doing mine this way...so easy to make pinwheels.

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    thanks for finding all these ideas for us.

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    So is there a chart somewhere so you can make them different sizes??

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    I woke up this morning and decided to take all of my 4 1/2 square scraps and do this. Making a quilt for the car to take to the beach and other outside activies. My husband is very protective of my quilts...and will not let them on the porch or outside. So this one will be. Its also fun since I am playing around with the pieces and praticing on doing pinwheels and other blocks. Can't wait to see how this comes out....no plan just sewing.

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