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    Honey Bun

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    Silvia,
    I watched the video and I agree that he did say the ruler was a 30 degree ruler (English is my native language but I understand a bit of Spanish)BUT by looking at the size of the ruler and comparing it to the ruler that the pattern recommends I think he misspoke. It has to be a 10 degree ruler like everyone else suggested.

    It is a beautiful pattern that I am going to have to put on my to do list.

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    Missouri Star

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silvia Diana View Post
    Hello Lorie, I need my ruler 30°, it begin in 3" and end in 22". I draw a triangle with 30° and whit those mesaures I have 12 inch base by the whidth. I think it is large. How much may be the witdth?

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    Silvia, I watched the tutorial and you need a 9 degree angle instead of 30 degree.

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    Missouri Star

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjlarson View Post
    Silvia,
    I watched the video and I agree that he did say the ruler was a 30 degree ruler (English is my native language but I understand a bit of Spanish)BUT by looking at the size of the ruler and comparing it to the ruler that the pattern recommends I think he misspoke. It has to be a 10 degree ruler like everyone else suggested.

    It is a beautiful pattern that I am going to have to put on my to do list.
    Maybe he meant 30 cm or mm and said degrees. Just a thought.
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    Honey Bun

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    Thank you so much.
    I made a 10° template with the mesures given by other member yesterday. Now I need to bu the fabrics.
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    Honey Bun

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    Hello friends, I posted a photo from mi template 10°. I made an album and post some pictures from my works. I work in patchwork since 2011.
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    Missouri Star

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    Thanks for making that album - all your quilts are beautiful. Your bargello quilts are stunning! And the 10 degree template looks very professional. I'm sure you will have no problem making the quilt with your template.

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    I too enjoyed viewing your quilts. So many beautiful quilts. You do great work?

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    Honey Bun

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    Thank you Judy. I will work hard, next day because I want to give a gift for a friend who's birthday is the 11th of march.
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    Honey Bun

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    Thank you Anita. I enjoy very much.
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    Missouri Star

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    An equilateral triangle with all three angles of 30 degrees, with a 12 inch base means all sides will be 12 inches.
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