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    Good morning ladies,

    I need to know the size of a turnover. I'm having trouble with the audio on my computer so the information is lost in cyberspace somewhere. For all of us teachers school is just around the corner and I still have a project or 2 or 3 to finish before school begins. The turnover quilts on the videos seem like they go together quickly. I will be cutting my own, homemade turnovers, mmm, , so please include the placement on the grain of fabric. Also, do I measure the sides or base of the triangle? I guess what I really need is the degree of the angle on top. This might get too 'mathy' for me. Any help, please send my way. Thanks a million. cindy

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    Re: turnover size

    If you took a 6 inch square and cut it diagonally from corner to corner you would have a turnover.
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      #3
      Re: turnover size

      As Karen said, cut a 6 inch square and cut it in half diagonally. The sides that make up the 90 degree angle will be straight grain. Barb
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        #4
        Re: turnover size

        I like mine to fill a saucer-sized plate while being light and flakey. Apple or cherry are my favorite.

        Oooh, sorry! Maybe I should have had breakfast BEFORE answering this thread! It looks like Barb and Karen have handled your question just fine without my smart aleck help.
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          #5
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          Hehehehe @ Cathy! You crack me up!
          Blessed are the children of the piecemakers for they shall inherit the quilts!

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            #6
            Re: turnover size

            Cathy....I am with you! Pepperidge Farm does a great job with the raspberry turnovers! Seriously, thank you for asking, Cindy and answering Karen and Barb. Have a great day everyone!

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              #7
              Re: turnover size

              How come it's virtually impossible to find turnovers? I came onto the pre-cuts thing late and now that I really want to purchase them I'm having to search high and low for them. I found maybe 8 for sale after google searching. Anything that keeps me from botching up a cut is all GOOD!

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                #8
                Re: turnover size

                Originally posted by mammasawn View Post
                How come it's virtually impossible to find turnovers? I came onto the pre-cuts thing late and now that I really want to purchase them I'm having to search high and low for them. I found maybe 8 for sale after google searching. Anything that keeps me from botching up a cut is all GOOD!
                Supply is directly effected by demand.
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                it's best not to try to put it out with gasoline.

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                  #9
                  Re: turnover size

                  I though that they weren't making turnovers anymore. That may have just been a rumor though.
                  Be who you are and say what you feel
                  because those who mind don't matter,
                  and those who matter don't mind. - Dr. Seuss

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