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Thread: Fast way to do 8 at a time half square triangles (HST) with straight of grain edges!

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    I wish I;d found this earlier! Thanks so much!
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    You can laugh if you want to but I was laying in BED last night thinking about trying this very thing!

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    WOW great tute...you have excellent math skills...and explain it very clearly Thanks

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    Thanks i need to try this.
    Im planning on making a pink and white quilt for myself, and
    Have an idea i just might need triangles.

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    I'm fairly new to quilting, this will certainly be a handy "tool" for me. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thnak you for coming up with this.
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    Looks easy. Thanks.
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    I do this method with scraps....makes HS really quickly. I don't worry about the finished size just put two pieces of fabric together same size squares, draw lines and sew. Then cut apart and trim.
    Linda

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    Absolutely amazing. This is something that I have been looking for.
    Thank you.

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    I have used this method. it works great. just need to make sure you sew a straight line. one lady I knew could not figure out why her finished units were out of kilter.

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