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Learn to Quilt - Here a square, there a square, Everywhere a square square

There are nearly endless ways to use HSTs in quilting projects.   Two triangles of different colors come together to make a square in this versatile block.   There are a few different methods to make HSTs and this class will explore the most common options.

Quarter square triangle blocks (QST) are a variation of HSTs that will also be explored in class.   As the name implies, 4 color triangles come together to make a square of a given size.  

The students will make several HSTs and explore placing them in different patterns.  The class includes several examples of HSTs and QSTs used in quilts.

Purchase all of the Learn to Quilt classes and receive a $25.00 Mad Money certificate to be used at our shop.  When you come in for class, tell us you signed up all classes so we can give you your certificate.

Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details: Skills practiced: Making HSTs and QSTs Square up the squares
Requirements: 6 x 24 inch ruler, square ruler - 12" x 12" or larger is preferred; rotary cutter with new blade; rotary cutting mat; sewing machine in good working order with new needle; thread - neutral color such as cream, white or light gray; seam ripper; scissors, thread snips and quilting pins, fabric marker.
Instructor: Loretta Miller

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