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Thread: Fast way to do 8 at a time half square triangles (HST) with straight of grain edges!

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    Senior Member Gatormom3's Avatar
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    Whoops - really liked that tutorial but didn't mean to post my comment twice!!

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    Thanks so much! I am going to try this tonight!

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    Thank you! Love this.

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    Neat idea! Thanks :thumbup:

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    Great tute! Thank you for sharing. :P :-P :P

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    I love this board. I have learned so many wonderful things here. Thank you so very much for this tutorial. It makes making half square triangles so easy.

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    Thanks! That's a great way to use scraps, too!

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    Very Smart, thank you

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    I love this method!

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    Great instructions. I tried something like this on my own with a nine patch, but it didn't quite work. Thanks for your work here.

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    thanks

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    thanks

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    Thanks for sharing this - you did a really nice job on the tutorial! Your pics are great and explanations clear. :thumbup:

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    Thanks so much for this tutorial. This is great and I will use this method on a baby quilt I'm making this weekend.

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    Thanks

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    This is great.

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    Nice and easy

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    Thank you :D:D:D

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    You are so kind to do this for us. Thank you so much.

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    Bookmarked!!! Thank you. I have wanted to do some but was afraid of the bias.

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    wow, hope someone figures out how to make 24 at once next. LOL.. I saved your tutorial as a pdf file, thanks so much!!

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    You can do them like the "tube" sewn ones too. Here's a link on how to do that.... you can do it with 2 colors or as many as you want and it will work the same. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3k85E3lzfU
    Here's one from Missouri Quit Company. I love to watch their tutorials!! They tell you in plain simple language that is easy to understand!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOWSp...eature=related
    Happy Stitchin' crafty_linda_b

    Quote Originally Posted by wildyard
    wow, hope someone figures out how to make 24 at once next. LOL.. I saved your tutorial as a pdf file, thanks so much!!

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    great tutorial, thank you!!!

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    Thanks. I might even learn to like HST'S.

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    thanks for sharing!

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