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Thread: New tool and method for 1/2sq triangles

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    my favorite ruler for making hst's is the nifty notions half square ruiler. you put both fabrics right sides together and cut the size you need then take them to the sewing machine and sew only have one dog ear to trim off and they are the correct size and no squaring up... part of the money for these rulers goes to breast cancer extra benefit.

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    :-)
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    I have one made by Omnigrid for Fons and Porter. Bought it 12 years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAS49OR View Post
    Thanks for the update on the correct site!!!!!

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    Well La-Tee-Dah, what an interesting thread!
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    Interesting ruler. I have (had?) the Fons and Porter version. I also tried Tiger tape and how have "Stitching Lines" from Marin & Colusa. I also have thangles and another triangle paper. They all work.

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    So many ways to skin a cat - I like to try them all - may need to get this too if it saves time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evie View Post
    I don't know when Cindy "invented" her ruler, but I have the Quilter's Rule (mine is blue-green from Nancy's Notions) which has the notation Betty Gall 1991.
    That's where mine came from too. Used it for a few years until I found the June Tailor ruler. One ruler fuss-free.

    http://store.junetailor.com/store/p-...les-ruler.aspx

    and for the demo: http://www.junetailor.com/halfsquaretriangles_video.htm

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    Sorry just a twist to make more money for the selller!
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    I like this one. Big hunk of fabric, draw the line, sew and then cut blocks then cut out diagonal line.

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