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Learn to Cut Setting Triangles for Quilts - Quilting - About.com

You can assemble triangular half-blocks to fill in the spaces, but quilters often use large fabric . making the outer edges of a quilt stretchy -- those edges sometimes tend to stretch out of . Start by calculating the finished length of a block's diagonal. . Add 0.875" and round up to the nearest 1/8" to find your parent block size.
http://quilting.about.com/od/quiltsettings/a/settingtriangls.htm

measuring to the nearest half-inch and making a quilt square

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Square in a Square Calculator - Quilter's Paradise

For example, suppose the length of the inside finished square is 5 inches. . a 1/4 inch seam allowance and all calculated measurements are to the nearest 1/8 .
http://www.quiltersparadiseesc.com/Calculators/Square%20in%20a%20Square%20Calculator.php

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Moda Bake Shop: Down On The Farm Quilt

Sep 26, 2013 . If you are making your block scrappy, just be sure to follow the light . Calculate the measurement you need to fill the available space and add 1/2” inch to . using the number you get, round up to the nearest whole number.
http://www.modabakeshop.com/2013/09/down-on-farm-quilt.html

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1 Fabric Requirements 2 Charm Packs or 84 precut 5" squares 1 1/4 ...

I made a larger version of this quilt that was designed by our sweet bloggy friend . Gather 36 of the 1 1/2" squares to make your 4 corner 9 Patch blocks. . Measure the length of your quilt, rounding to the nearest 1/2" (i.e. if the length is 29 5/8" - . Stitch together 2 rows of 1 1/2" strips by the number of inches of the length (in .
http://cottoncharmquilts.typepad.com/PDF-Between%20Charming%20Friends.pdf

Start Quilting 2 - Figuring Your Quilt Yardage - The Quilter's Cache

Quilt Size chart above you see that to make a quilt 81" x 88" ....you will need to make . You will need to make less blocks if you chose to have sashing in- between. . 1/8 yd=4.5 inches, 1/4=9, 3/8=13.5, 1/2=18, 5/8=22.5, 3/4=27, 7/8= 31.5, 1 yd=36" . Find the nearest real measurement = 90 inches of Color 1 you need to get .
http://www.quilterscache.com/StartQuiltingPages/startquiltingtwo.html

Fabric Yardage Charts: How Much Fabric Do You Need? | J&O Fabrics

Round your measurement to the nearest 1/2 inch. Sleeves, Bend arm slightly at elbow and . To the top. How Many Squares do You Need to Make a Quilt?
http://www.jandofabrics.com/YardageCharts.aspx

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Original Recipe

I I want to share with you this half square triangle (HST) Christmas Tree quilt, made with Kate Spain's . and then measure the sides and divide by two… this will get you side . center of your square (diagonally) and sew 1/4 inch on either side of that line. . smaller squares and then squaring them up to the nearest half inch.
http://www.unitednotions.com/mbs-oh-christmas-tree-quilt.pdf

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Math for On-Point Quilts - Quiltville.com

Quiltville Friends! . That Quarter Inch . Note: Round up to the nearest dimension on the ruler. . Cut each square in half diagonally for the four corner triangles. . two halves of the top.....and then sew the two halves together in one long seam. . we now add the sashing measurement to the block measurement as one unit.
http://quiltville.com/onpointmath.shtml

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Learn Helpful Tips for Setting Quilt Blocks On Point - Craftsy

Aug 13, 2013 . On-point quilt block settings are quilt block settings in which the blocks . You will then want to round this measurement up to the nearest 1/8 inch. . want to make the squares 1/2” to 1” larger than the measurement you come .
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2013/08/setting-quilt-blocks-on-point/

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Measuring Tips - A Time to Sew Quilt Designs

Yardage Measurements, Fat Quarters, Quilt Dimensions, On Point Blocks . Fabric is usually purchased "by the yard", 36 inches, or a fraction of a yard. . Normally 1/4 of a yard of fabric would be a piece that measured 9" x 44". . the finished block size by 1.414; then add .875 for the seams, and round up to the nearest 1/8".
http://www.atimetosewquilts.com/measurements.htm

Framing Your Quilt with a Beautiful Border - For Dummies

The idea is to make sure that all the elements of your design combine to . For example, suppose that the quilt in Figure 3 is made of 10-inch square . Add 1/4- inch seam allowances to all four sides of the finished measurement. . Round off the measurement to the nearest inch (assume this quilt center is 33 inches long).
http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/framing-your-quilt-with-a-beautiful-border.html

Quilt-as-you-go improv patchwork school bag | Sewn Up by ...

Feb 16, 2013 . 2 pieces measuring 4 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches of contrasting fabric; 1 piece the same size of . Making the quilt-as-you-go improv patchwork bag panels . Now, measure the width of one side of the starting piece, mine was 5 inch square. . The bottom edge is the edge where the snap closure is closest to.
http://mypatchwork.wordpress.com/2013/02/16/quilt-as-you-go-improv-patchwork-school-bag/

DIY: Baby Rag Quilt |do it yourself divas

Mar 20, 2012 . I have just made my first one with squares but I love the idea of strips of fabric. . I have always wanted to make a quilt but trying to quilt huge layers together scares me. . @anonymous - my seam allowance was about 1/2 inch or so. . The finished quilt measured 46x40 and I used a 1/2 seam allowance.
http://doityourselfdivas.blogspot.com/2011/05/diy-baby-rag-quilt.html

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Episode Guide - Quilty

Learn a fast and fun way to make a LOT of half square triangles in this fun and useful show. . This video shows you how to measure or figure the diagonal of a quilt block. . Learn how to use a special Quarter Inch Seam Marker tool to bisect squares . Watch this episode with your machine nearby and increase your quilt  .
http://www.heyquilty.com/episodes/

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