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    I thought it would be the perfect solution for me when I started out. Glad I tried, but it wasn't. You won't know unless you try. Everyone finds their own way.

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    I use them all the time. The triangle squares come out perfect every time. Just make sure that you shorten the stitch length when yo sew them. Follow the sewing line arrows, cut, press and voila, perfection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Bell
    I use them all the time. The triangle squares come out perfect every time. Just make sure that you shorten the stitch length when yo sew them. Follow the sewing line arrows, cut, press and voila, perfection.
    yes. They do work. the tearing off the paper bugged me.

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    I use my own method. I hate to buy anything to make HSTs with.

    Easy Half Square Triangles
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-37915-1.htm

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    I have them and I love them!

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    I have never tried them. I mark the back of the light fabric, and sew, sew, sew, and then cut apart press, press, press then trim, trim, trim. Kinda old school, I know but I like knocking out about 80 of them at a time.

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