This method of making half square triangle units is the most obvious – cut two triangles and then sew them together on the diagonal. To non-quilters, it might seem like the only way. It was probably the first method tried in quilting history.[Read more…] about Making half-square triangles for quilting the most obvious way
Some quilt designs require a LOT of half-square triangle units. In that situation, it can be nice to make a bunch at a time. This method lets you make four at a time.[Read more…] about Making half-square triangle quilt units four at a time
This method of making half square triangle units has been around for a long time. It is very popular, and for good reason. It is pretty simple and eliminates the waste that occurs when doing one unit at a time.[Read more…] about Tutorial for the most popular method for making half-square triangle quilt units
A half-square triangle, or HST, is a common quilting term for a square made up of two triangles joined together on the diagonal. It is one of the most common units of a quilt block, probably second only to a plain square. They are used in many quilt blocks, like the shoo fly or the churn dash. There are many ways to make these, but this method is the easiest one ever.[Read more…] about Half-square Triangle Tutorial featuring the easiest method for this quilt unit
This table runner is a great pattern to use your creativity. Instructions are included for three different variations in five different sizes each.
Each design includes a lot of negative space, which is the perfect background for embroidery, appliqué or special quilt designs.[Read more…] about Fill in the Blanks Table Runner Pattern