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  • nativetexan
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    yep, i mainly put it there for the measurements. one never knows if what you want is still in stock these days.

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  • Little Hobbit
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    Originally posted by nativetexan View Post
    Thank you, already sold out. but at least I have a measurement to go by. Need to remember to at EBay more.

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  • li-king
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    Originally posted by nativetexan View Post
    I never think of EBay to look cool. I have hubby cut the 2 sizes into a template

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  • Little Hobbit
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    Thank you, sounds do able.

  • Judy, USMC
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    If the base of the triangle is 6.75" and the legs are 4.75" (based on the measurements in the EBay listing) you should be able to cut 8 mini papers from each 10" square.

    This will take some imagination ... I would cut the 10 x 10 papers at 4.75" and 5.25" and toss that middle .5" strip. Rotate that 4.75" x 10" strip you have just made and cut again at 4.75" and 5.25". Discard the .5" strip again. Now if you take the 4.75 x 4.75 squares and cut them on the diagonal you should have the mini sized paper. I would cut this way (discarding the .5" strip from the middle) in order to keep the corners factory cut.

    Again this is just based on the mini measurements given... but they sound correct.

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  • nativetexan
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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Mini-Wacky-...-/271705482979
    had to search online to find some

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  • li-king
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    Originally posted by Little Hobbit View Post
    Do any of you know what the size of the mini was?
    Interested to know the size as well. Seems kind of odd to have patterns and not carry something that is used in the creative process. Yes some can do it without but I need the training wheels. Saw the mini wacky web quilt and was going to order the fabric and template and paper, may order the 10x10 and cut if I can know the mini size before they stop carrying that size

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  • Little Hobbit
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    Do any of you know what the size of the mini was?

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  • Little Hobbit
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    Originally posted by Judy, USMC View Post
    When I ran out I just cut the 10" papers on the diagonal. I just made sure the peak of the web cut matched the corner of the paper. I was using the large web template.
    I ordered the 10x10 the other day to do that, thanks for the idea, I figure as long as the top point lines up all good. I foget the size of the small one was.
    Last edited by Little Hobbit; December 19, 2020, 10:53 AM.

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  • Judy, USMC
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    When I ran out I just cut the 10" papers on the diagonal. I just made sure the peak of the web cut matched the corner of the paper. I was using the large web template.

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  • Claire Hallman
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    I think I used the regular sized paper when I made a wacky web.

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  • nativetexan
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    I almost ordered this morning but still have the pkg i bought earlier. haven't used them. remembered i must remove that paper when done. it was a bit difficult to delete it from my order. didn't want me to, i guess.
    Last edited by nativetexan; December 17, 2020, 03:44 PM.

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  • Little Hobbit
    started a topic Wacky Web Triangle Paper Refills

    Wacky Web Triangle Paper Refills

    Are the 2 sizes being replaced ? Went to order more of the large and saw it was gone forever and the small one is no longer also
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