Marking out Fast Half-Square Triangles with a Grid with Valerie Nesbitt
Classes with Valerie Nesbitt • Educational, G, 01-Jun-2016
Does the word ‘Triangle’ throw you into a state of panic or fear? Well here is a really simple method that you can use, that has been adapted by Valerie to be easy and needs no fancy gadgets, unless you think of the rotary cutter and the sewing machine as fancy gadgets!
All you need to do is draw a series of squares and using the rotary ruler, this keeps you accurate too, then draw in the diagonals and sew – it’s so quick and easy, and you then get to square them up so they are absolutely perfect!
Quick, easy and perfect – what more can you ask?
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