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I'm so glad you posted the triangle square-up ruler tutorial. I had this ruler in my bin and had completely forgotten about it. I pulled it out and made a bunch of half-square triangles today, and they came out perfect. Thanks so much!

I love Eleanor Burns. She is a lovely lady. I see her a couple of times a year at the big quilt shows in my area. She is always so sweet and friendly. Her rulers are amazing.

LOL, I'm an engineer too, but my quest is always to use my regular rulers to mimic the specialty rulers. For example, I take a square ruler and draw a line on the ruler where the seam should be for my HST. Then I do exactly as you describe. I missed the trick of flipping the triangle to cut off the corners. Nice!

I love the triangle square up ruler--but I didn't know about flipping the piece over to cut off the corners--that's fabulous! Can't wait to try it. I too started quilting with Eleanor Burns' Quilt in a Day on PBS. I love her methods!

Thank you for the tips. But for me it looks very difficult. I don´t know if this ruler a good thing.

Greeting Guilitta

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