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Thread: For Martha--- Making corner units for your block

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    Super Member JenniePenny's Avatar
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    Just helping one member.

    #1 all pieces laid out

    2, align edge of triangle along square, corners of triange will overlap. Stitch

    3 Press to one side

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    #2 - sew triangle to square
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    3 - press toward square
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    4 - trim off triangle corner to line up with square
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    5 after trimming
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    placement of second unit
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    7- sew second unit to square - pen line added for emphasis
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    8 - Press to one side
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    9 -- Trim 1/4 inch from point of square
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    10 - corner unit finished.
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    Great tutorial, thank you :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Great tutorial, thank you :D:D:D
    Thanks, Just helping a fellow quilter make a block that she was confused about. I thought it would be easier to do it this way than send photos via email, which would each have to be opened, downloaded, etc.

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    Thanks for sharing.
    I've bookmarded it.

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    you made it look very easy thanks

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    A great tute for new and old quilters! Thanks.

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    thanks! I was scratching my head over that one also!

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    everyone can be a pro putting these units together thanks to your tute

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    Thanks!

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    That's super nice of you to make this tute for your quilting friend! Great job!

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