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Thread: A nifty HST variation

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    A nifty HST variation

    I guess this really more of a half rectangle triangle (if that makes any sense). I just saw it & really thought it looked like something that you could do lots with!

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    NEAT!!!! Another one to try

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    That's very cool, thanks for sharing it.
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    Thank you. You are right there is a lot that can be done with that.

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    What a really cool idea. I don't know how do they come up with these ideas, but, I'm glad they do. Works for me.
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    that's a lot of slice and dice. but the results are great. thanks for sharing
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    I like it. WOuld be fast and easy. I was looking for something like that for my donation quilts.

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    I can see using these pieces in a variety of border finishes. Lots of ideas to play with!

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    Cool idea! new variations all the time!
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    it's amazing what some people can come up with! thank you for sharing.

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    Such a variety!
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    Slicing the HST into the two strips is cool; however, I detest working with bias edges and the HSTs themselves are bias edges.

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    how interesting. Will have to try this. Thanks

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    What a Fantastic link, I love half square triangles and half rectangle triangles and this link is just the key. Thank you so much for sharing.
    Happy Quilting
    Judy in Lower Michigan

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    I think Jinny on Missouri Star Quilt Co has a tutorial of a Chevron Quilt using this method

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    That looks like FUN! Thanks for posting it.

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    Love it! Can't wait to play with this one!
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    Thanks so much for sharing. Pretty cool ideas. It is amazing what you can come up with turning them in different directions.
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    What a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing.

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