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Thread: Really Easy Half Square Triangle Blocks

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    Dear Rhonda,
    I've ordered your acrylic templates. Will one of them be the size needed to check that my 2" half square triangles are "square". I'm having some trouble when I sew the edges together and I think that my cutting from a pieced strip with a thin plastic template is not working out very accurately so I was hoping I could check their accuracy with your templates? Is there anywhere in these tutorials that you show how to square up hst?
    Thanks

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    Thank you for sharing this great method...will try it on my next quilt for sure

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    I'm self taught at quilting and haven't learned any of theshort cuts, thanks very much for the tut.I'm always amaised at how easy experenced quilters make things look
    d.swindle

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    Thanks Rhonda. You just made this SOOO Easy

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    Thank you, I have seen so many cute patterns with the HST but was scared to try it. I'll give it a try now.

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    Rhonda, I know you are still out there and I'm hoping you will do another tute on the "Really easy 1/2 square triangle. It's been a long time since Ihave seen it. Could you help? Thanks, peterparley

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    What did you want to see in the tutorial? I'll be happy to put something together

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n View Post
    Just had another look - sooooo clever! Now what can I make with lots of HSTs? LOL
    The possibilities are endless.
    Pat

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    Rhonda, thank you for your numerous posts regarding your HSTs. This is probably seeming like a full-time job for you! Love how your method uses as much of the fabric as possible. With today's fabric prices, that's important to us all. It's been fascinating to see where all of the posters to this thread hail from...even from across the pond, so to speak. Without QB, so many of us would not have benefitted from your tutorial and tips. Thank you, again!
    Creative clutter is better than idle neatness.

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    You're welcome everyone! I enjoy sharing which is what quilting is to me - sharing.

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