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Wednesday, September 16, 2015


220 gray squares were paired with 220 charcoal squares.  A line was drawn down the center and a seam was sewn on either side of the line, 1/4 inch away.
Then they were cut apart.  Now I have 440 half square triangles.
Next I will cut off all the little dog ears and press them open, pressing the seam allowances towards the charcoal side.

That’s a lot of half square triangles!

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Blogger Maxine said...

Can't wait to see how you use them.

8:38 AM  
OpenID wonkydonkey said...

That is a clever way to sew triangles!

2:24 PM  

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