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Quilt Blocks: Easy Math Part 4

We’ve been going over some basic quilty math and we’re up to Part 4. Don’t let “math” scare you away. I’ve broken it down so it’s easy to understand. In case you want to review the earlier material, check these … Continue reading

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Quilt Blocks: Simple Math Part 3

We’ve been learning some basic quilt math and we’re up to Part 3. Are you still with me?! If quilt math isn’t your strong point and you really want to wrap your head around these concepts, you might want to … Continue reading

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Quilt Blocks: Simple Math Part 2

Last week we began looking at some quilt blocks and learning how to figure patch sizes. You might want to review that post, Simple Math Part 1.     When you’re figuring patch sizes, the first thing is to determine … Continue reading

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Quilt Blocks: Simple Math Part 1

Just the word “math” scares some people away from quilting, but it’s simple when you break it down into parts. The March/April ’13 issue of Quiltmaker is #150, a milestone! To celebrate, we featured a Block Bonanza of 150 quilt … Continue reading

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