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Thread: large wedge tool dimensions needed

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    large wedge tool dimensions needed

    I am hoping to make the Christmas runner that is featured in a recent tutorial and have hopes that one of you can share the wedge dimensions so that I can make my own wedge pattern. I know it is cut from 10" squares so I assume the height is 10", but I also need the width of the wedge. Thanks, Dee

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    Love to help, but don't know which tutorial you are refering to ................
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    Milwaukee quilt company tutorial for the Christmas tree table runner, it uses the large wedge ruler.

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    All wrong with that tutorial, it is this link: Christmas table runner-and-tutorial

    She uses the large wedge ruler and I need to know the height and width of the wedge to create my own template if at all possible. Thanks!

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    Or do you mean the Missouri Star Quilt Company and Jenny Doan..............
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    Yes, that's the one.

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    I don't know why that link copied that way, I actually was looking at the Missouri quilt co tutorial and copied the link; freaky how some things just change like magic in the copy paste operation.

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    Perhaps you should ask the store or better yet you could purchase one so you will have accuracy.

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    Ijust watched part of the video, i think i would take a 10 inch square of paper, fold it katty corner, then cut it to form a triangle. I would have to try it first with ugly material to see if it would work. GOOD LUCK

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    It uses a 1/2 hexagon. That means the top 2 angles will be 45 degrees each and the top and side lengths should be equal, with a straight line across the bottom. You can make it any size you want knowing that.

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