8-at-a-Time Triangle-Squares help you get your quilt pieces cut and sewn together FAST! Making half-square triangles, also known as triangle-squares, is a technique that every quilter needs to know about and will most likely use on a regular basis. We’re sharing our technique of cutting 8-at-a-time triangle-squares with you to make this process even easier! Try this method to make 8 matching triangle-square units at the same time. The video below shows you how to make multiple half-square triangles quickly and accurately and in a way that will cut down on time spent preparing to assemble your quilt. Use the quarter inch seam marker to make it go even faster! This method works for any size triangle-square unit. Cut squares twice the finished size of triangle-squares plus 1 3/4″.
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About 8-At-A-Time Triangle-Squares
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In this quilting tutorial, the Fons & Porter staff show you how to make 8-at-a-time triangle-squares. If you’re looking for another quilting video tutorial on a particular technique, check out our Sew Easy lessons to find it there.