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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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    Senior Member Mom3's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by diamondee View Post

    Found this online if you need the math done for you.
    Which equals

    finished half-square size x 2 + 1" = cut square

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    Thank you!!! Maybe you can help with my challenge? I found a 12" block pattern online. However, all the HST are to be cut at 3 7/8". This is a real pain in the hiney, not to mention accuracy.

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    This is great! I am such a dtiz when it comes to quilt math stuff and you made this very easy for me!! Thanks!
    Anne Holland

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    Looks like a great way to make lots of HST's. Thanks!
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    Will try it. Thank you

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    Oh my gosh! That justs makes it soooo easy. Thanks.
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    Thanks, I'll have to try this.
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    Great tip! Will use this today! Thanks!

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    I just used this tutorial yesterday, and I really like how the HST's turned out. Thanks for sharing this great info.

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    This is so ingenious ! I am working on a quilt that is made of all HST and have been sewing them the old fashion way. Not anymore, I will try this method!

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