triangles on a roll half square triangle blocks
Triangles on a Roll, Half Square Triangle Blocks, Finished Sizes: 1 in. to 6 in.
Triangles on a Roll, Half Square Triangle Blocks, Finished Sizes: 1 in. to 6 in.

Triangles on a Roll, Half Square Triangle Blocks, Finished Sizes: 1 in. to 6 in.

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$10.80
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Triangles on a Roll
Half Square Triangle Blocks

Mfg: Triangles on a Roll 

Triangles on a Roll has many products that are efficient and a flexible method for making blocks and borders easily. We carry the book: Triangles on a Roll: Its Playtime and paper piecing aka foundation piecing products: Half Square Triangle Blocks, Quarter Square Triangle Blocks on a Roll and Sew and Fold (chevron braids & flying geese) on a Roll.

Finished SQ Size: 1"
Squares: 1200
Finished SQ Size: 2"
Squares: 800
Finished SQ Size: 1.5"
Squares: 1050
Finished SQ Size: 3"
Squares: 600
Finished SQ Size: 2.5"
Squares: 700
Finished SQ Size: 4"
Squares: 480
Finished SQ Size: 3.5"
Squares: 540
Finished SQ Size: 6"
Squares: 176
Finished SQ Size: 5"
Squares: 204
 

 

Half Square Triangle Blocks
Sizes: 1" to 6"
OR
Quarter Square Triangle Blocks
Sizes: 1.5" to 4"
OR
Sew and Fold on a Roll
Flying Geese and Chevron Braids
Sizes: 1" x 2" to 3" x 6"

Triangles on a Roll grid paper is the answer to the half-square and Quarter square triangle dilemma. It offers the most efficient and flexible method for making half square triangles.

  • It is printed on a roll of paper that enables you to make as many or as few triangles as you want with two different fabrics.

A continuous paper grid for accurate sewing of Half or Quarter Square blocks:

  • The seam allowances are included in the pattern, so all you need to do is sew and cut using the pattern on the paper.
  • Cut two fabrics as instructed on packaging for width and length to obtain the number of blocks needed.
  • Lay fabrics right sides together
  • Cut paper to fit and pin to fabric.
  • The grid is a guide for sewing and cutting.
    • Stitch on the dotted line, following the arrows. For best results use a fine needle and a short stitch.
    • Rotary cut all solid lines and tear paper away.
  • It is available in many finished sizes