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Thread: Really Easy Half Square Triangle Blocks

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    I am new to quilting; What does HST's mean? and since I'm asking can anyone tell me what a ufo is? sorry to be so ignorant.

    BTW I love this way of making the triangles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolparsons View Post
    I am new to quilting; What does HST's mean? and since I'm asking can anyone tell me what a ufo is? sorry to be so ignorant.

    BTW I love this way of making the triangles.
    HSTs are half square triangles and ufo is unfinished objects I think. there is a list of all hte abreviations here on the board somewhere. I'd have to look to find it.

    I'm glad you like my way of doing the HSTs. I think it is easier than the other methods.

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    Rhonda, First, thank you for my templates..they are very nice. Second, I had seen your tutorial and for some reason I could not remember where it was. I'm so thankful to find it again. It is so much easier..

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    Quote Originally Posted by zzaped View Post
    Rhonda, First, thank you for my templates..they are very nice. Second, I had seen your tutorial and for some reason I could not remember where it was. I'm so thankful to find it again. It is so much easier..
    glad you like it! I like it better than the other methods I've seen.

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    Thanks for this great method!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ombragrise View Post
    Thanks for this great method!
    You're very welcome. I love to help other quilters by sharing my methods

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    best method i have seen, thanks for the clear tutorial. no waste.

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    Rhonda, I received your templates quite a while ago and I want to thank you again for them. I have not used them yet as I had a suck your life away job that didn't leave me much quilting time. I remedied that thank goodness and am starting to quilt again. I have a question about your tacking, can you go into more detail about that? Thanks

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    I put a stitch or two in the same spot and that is tacking. I put a tack on the edge where the seam will go through. Then I tack across anywhere seams meet. This helps to keep the fabric from moving. It's best to put the tack where the seam is going to go through. That way you dont' have to take it back out.

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