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Those who have been members of this blog through the last winter season will know that I tend to get burbly around this time of year. I love the winter. I enjoy the cold, the snow and the gorgeous scenery. This morning was typical with the sun turning the snow laden trees into a glistening beauty that no artist can reproduce. I am so thankful that I have a big window in my quilt room and, while I am sewing, I can look out onto all this wonder.
I have a small quilting tip for you today: If you make your half square triangles by sewing two blocks together and then cutting in half you may find this useful. I always cut my blocks slightly larger than necessary and then trim the finished block to square. If you don't do this properly, you could end up with a problem. For explanation purposes, I will give each corner a letter-a,b,c.d. If you trim a/b side, turn and trim b/c. By doing this, your b corner will maintain a 90 angle and the two sections of the point will meet at the corner. However, if your first trim did not remove any fabric from a corner, you don't need the second trim.