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Thread: Half square triangle on a roll success!! You have to try it!!!

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    Senior Member maxnme01's Avatar
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    They are also called THANGLES

    http://www.thangles.com/

    http://shop.millhousequilts.com/brow...FSoZQgodhx3i4A

    VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4p-vpLScRw (The video show how to make qtr sq triangles using the same size thangle)

    One $5.00 pkg will usually make a full quilt depending upon the pattern
    Keep smiling, it makes others wonder what you're up to!

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    I LOVE LOVE LOVE my trangulation CD. I can make as many as I need anytime and any size I want.I can even make the most perfect flying geese with this hardware. I highly recommend it.

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    I've also used Thangles...www.thangles.com, they are great if you're doing a pattern, but I mostly do scrappies, so I do the 7/8ths thing alot. I love the process...relaxing for me.

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    As an alternative I like Kay England's half and quarter triangle rulers. Her method eliminates the 7/8ths measurements and subcutting of squares. Also a portion of the price goes toward breast cancer research. I think it saves on fabric, too.
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    I like to print off my HST, you can find free sites online to print them.
    My guild did a swap of HST, we each did 3 different sheets. With 18 participants we had about 6 months to finish the project. It only took about 10 minutes to do each paper, I did a few at a time when the mood hit me. In the end you had about enough to make a twin bed sized quilt if you put borders on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candace View Post
    Triangulations software allows you to print them out at home and not have to keep buying them from the store:> I love Triangulations because if I need something at 8 PM I can print out the sheet and get sewing! I bought mine from Connecting Threads.
    Thanks for the info. I'm going to order the software.

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    Are "Thangles" the same thing as the paper triangles you all are talking about??
    Families are like old quilts....although they tend to unravel at times...each can be stitched back together with love.

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