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Thread: Im so glad I studied all that math--NOT!

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    Graph paper is still a good thing.

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    Super Member Lori S's Avatar
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    I think the biggest lie my parents told me was "someday you will use and be glad you took Trigonometry and Calculus" .
    Graph paper can be a quilters best tool.

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    Hated anything tougher than add, subtract, multiply and divide. Barely made it though H.S. algebra. But boy, do you ever use the basics with quilting. :roll: :roll:

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    I bought the ruler the other day. It's for use with 3 inch and 4 1/2 squares and I want to make a 60 by 80ish quilt so I opted for 6 inch squares. They will show my window fabric off better too.

    When I get a couple rows done I will post.

    Ten minutes with graph paper and it was done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seamstome
    I bought the ruler the other day. It's for use with 3 inch and 4 1/2 squares and I want to make a 60 by 80ish quilt so I opted for 6 inch squares. They will show my window fabric off better too.

    When I get a couple rows done I will post.

    Ten minutes with graph paper and it was done!
    I just looked up this book and OMG that is going to be so pretty! You have a fabulous way with color and I am sure it will be stunning!!! Looking forward to seeing how it is going.

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