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  • nativetexan
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    ha, ha. i just saw your comment. wonderful, the older i get the less math i remember.

  • Old Newbie
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    Thanks for these links!

  • clwetzel
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    Jenny's tutorial today should help you. She demonstrates that on point technique with 10 inch squares, but she addresses the ratio to use when sewing your blocks.


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  • Vonnie
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    Quilterscache has a lot of neat info:
    https://www.quilterscache.com/H/howt...triangles.html
    If you just want to browse:
    https://www.quilterscache.com/H/howtolinks.html
    https://www.quilterscache.com/QuiltBlocksGalore.html

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  • Rob the HOAQ
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    Looks like someone did.😁

    I also hate math. That's why I have a degree in history.

    Rob

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  • jjkaiser
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    Idk but I hate math too! I think somebody should make a tshirt with that on it. They'd make a killing.

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  • justLyn
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    You need to keep the length to width ratio the same, so you will need to have twice as many rows as you have squares in the row. 7 x 14, 8 x 16, 9 x 18 etc. should work.

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  • Karmagurl
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    I hate math

    So, I’ve made the ‘on point’ charm quilt and loved it. I want to make the charm-square portion a bit larger, but the math intimidates me! The one in the pattern is 6 squares X 12 squares and the cutting instructions to make it become ‘on point’ are precise. I tried increasing width and length by 3 squares each (9X15) and the cutting part doesn’t work (I’m only on paper, thank goodness!) I have a feeling I’m just thinking about it wrong. Help?

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