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Thread: Formula for sutting squares

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    Does anyone know a formula for figuring out what size to cut squares that are to be cut again to make setting and corner triangles? I am making a baby quilt with 6 inch squares set on point but can't figure out how to cut for the triangles. Thanks.

    Carolyn




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    I've been looking at the very question of triangles for about a week now, wondering if I'm really wanting to do them on the next quilt. I found this:

    http://www.suite101.com/article.cfm/quilts_and_quilting/82174

    Oddly enough they use the 6 in square as an example (9-3/4). Hope it helps.

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    This is in the "Links" area of the Board for any size setting.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/1054.page

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    WWW. quiltville.com has these formulas.


    Ann

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