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Thread: technical question

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    technical question

    i have a technique question: I'm making "Lady of the Lake" from the Quilts of Ford Museum book. Directions have you cutting 707 2 3/8 squares then cutting them in half and sewing them to the 707 2 3/8 half squares of the secondary color which were cut the same ( whole to half). Do i have to do that or can i use HST technique without resizing the squares?

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    I don't see why not, just so they come out the same size as needed. You can always trim up too.
    Kathleen

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    Try and see if it works. It will save a lot of work.
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