Guide: Tricks for Quilting With Triangles

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There are two types of triangles used when piecing a quilt design set on point. These are the triangles used to fill in the space created by the unique design and each should be cut differently with fabric grain taken into account. Meanwhile, Half Square Triangles, or HSTs for short, are one of the most versatile quilt blocks to make. Not only are they commonly found as smaller units within a block, but you can make an entire quilt out of nothing but half square triangles, in several different layouts.

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