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Thread: 2 squares and 3 seams = 32 hst's tutorial

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    Thanks for posting this! I've got it "pinned" to use in the future.

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    I tried to click on the windy city site, but it says the page does not exist. I can tell others have seen it, and I would like to also. Could you PM me with this link? It's not that old, so I don't know why I can 't get it.
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    Mavita, Try this. Or you can put a search in for sewinginthewindycity.blogspot
    You have to remember to put in those pesky periods too.



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    Sucks...can't access this....

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    Quote Originally Posted by maviskw View Post
    I tried to click on the windy city site, but it says the page does not exist. I can tell others have seen it, and I would like to also. Could you PM me with this link? It's not that old, so I don't know why I can 't get it.
    I am also getting the page does not exist message.

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    I tried this technique yesterday and all my 32 HST were i/2 inch too small.

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    when i saw this tute i figured I would use it so I copied and pasted it to a word doc and now it is in my docs. i love to make minis so thought this would be perfect for lots of mini quilt things!
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    I'm sorry I can't find it! It's just what I will need in January.
    I did notice the blog seems to stop with Feb 2012 so maybe the rest of it was deleted or corrupted somehow.
    Those of you that do have it might consider doing a tutorial on here for the rest of us!
    Please!
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    I just tried it with 2 ten inch squares and my blocks came out just a scant over 2 inchs. So for minis i might try two 9 inch squares and two 8 inch squares. Any one else try it yet??
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    I tried it using her math to make 2 1/2 squares. Ours came out too small. Plan to work on the formula tomorrow. Will try to work out the math and post. Give me a couple days.

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    I wanted to make 3 1/2 inch finished squares. Using her math, mine came out to 3 1/2 inch unfinished squares.

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    So frustrated! I would love to try this method, but it will not display anything except the box stating that it does not exist. Can someone re-post this technique? Thanks
    Me Too!, again and again....can someone post the info for those of us unable to access Wendy's instructions?


    Quote Originally Posted by susiequilt View Post
    I'm sorry I can't find it! It's just what I will need in January.
    I did notice the blog seems to stop with Feb 2012 so maybe the rest of it was deleted or corrupted somehow.
    Those of you that do have it might consider doing a tutorial on here for the rest of us!
    Please!

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    Easy HST

    I copied the instructions to my computer in Word. See if you can open this attachment. If not PM me & I'll send to you in a PM or directly to your email.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leatheflea View Post
    http://sewinginthewendycity.blogspot...lf-square.html

    Just stumbled upon this and thought how clever, she even gives you the math for making them any size!
    Hmmm, when I clicked on the link in your posting, it said the page I was looking for was no longer available -- ???

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    I guess I'm too late its not available anymore.

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    Humm..sorry that there has been issues with this link and that the measurements were incorrect. I suppose we should test before we make. I do this often with newspaper.

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