# Measurements

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Cutting Half-Square Triangles from Pink Petal Quilts! by geraldine

There are so many different ways to make half-square triangles that sometimes I think we need to step back and revisit what really works, what’s the quality of the outcome, what uses our reso…

Half-square triangles are one of the most versatile units in quilting and these tutorials and size charts will help you achieve the accuracy you need!

Use this standard quilt size chart to design your next project. It covers all sizes from baby to California King. Size chart is easy to read and printable.

**See my updated blog post for more accurate cutting hints and handy math chart for the Magic 8!...click HERE The Magic 8 is a wonderful technique that has been around. I think it is wonderful so am sharing it with you. 1. Determine finished size of the desired half square triangle 2. Add to this number 7/8" 3. Multiply that total by 2 4. Using the total from step 3, cut one square each from 2 different fabrics My finished half square triangles will be 1-1/2" add to that, 7/8" = 2-3/8"…

This is what is on my craft table today. I have gathered some of my favorite red and Aqua fabrics, to join in the fun over at Jane's blog ...

Often I find myself purchasing a fat quarter bundle and then designing a quilt that fits the amount of fabric I have to work with. I don't like to have a lot of scrap fabric left over so I try to make the biggest quilt that the bundle I purchased allows for. Different bundles come with different amo

Fat Quarter Four Step comes together fast and easy but creates a big impact. This is a great pattern for your fat quarter stash! Pattern includes illustrations and multiple size options. Finished Sizes: Crib: 32.5" x 48.5" Square: 48.5" x 48.5" Lap: 48.5" x 64.5" Twin: 64.5" x 80.5" Full: 80.5" x 96.5" Queen: 96.5" x 112.5" King: 112.5" x 112.5" © Copyright 2013 Harding Hill Designs LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Square-in-Square Block Tutorial For PERFECT Square-in-Square Blocks every time!! The Square-in-Square Block is a quick and easy traditional quilt block. It is commonly used as a transition block, whether between two blocks in a quilt, or as a way to create some negative space in a repetitive block pattern.

Often I find myself purchasing a fat quarter bundle and then designing a quilt that fits the amount of fabric I have to work with. I don't like to have a lot of scrap fabric left over so I try to make the biggest quilt that the bundle I purchased allows for. Different bundles come with different amo