If you’re working on a project that requires a lot of half-square triangles, give this time-saving method a try. It’s great for quilts that need a lot of HSTs from the same two fabrics.
You can make HSTs of any size, starting with a grid of squares that are 1/2″ larger than the finished units. Plus, you can adjust the number of half-square triangle blocks made at once simply by making a larger or smaller starting grid.
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