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Triangles for On-Point Quilts

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I found myself this morning wondering how to calculate the triangles needed for setting a quilt on-point. No, I’m not working on a quilt being set on-point right now, I was just curious. I found this information, Cutting Corner and Setting Triangles for On-Point Quilts. Some scary math there.

Browsing around some more, I see that Bonnie from Quiltville, has a great chart of standard sizes already prepared. That saved me the math! Yeah!

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This post was published on June 1st, 2008. Post topics: Tips and Tricks.

2 Responses to “Triangles for On-Point Quilts”

  1. Niki :) says:

    thanks for linking to justusquilters. I require a recipricol link back. Please read my posts under the justusquilters blog. If you have problems, please let me know. Thanks for signing on! quilty hugs.

  2. Mishka says:

    Hi Niki,

    I have both of your blogs already listed in my Quilting Bloggers directory.

    It wouldn’t be fair of me to give priority to one blog over another by adding another link.

    Cheers,
    Michele

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