tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-12485645031677298.post5527627159183115774..comments2024-10-04T10:56:05.095-07:00Comments on I'm Just Sayin': First 100 DaysOpheliahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05021912901879618361noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-12485645031677298.post-28443812501862135992017-09-22T13:24:17.749-07:002017-09-22T13:24:17.749-07:00Hi there,
I'm sorry you weren't aware of m...Hi there,<br />I'm sorry you weren't aware of my square-on-point formula<br /><br />Basically, What is the finished size of your Square-on-Point block? Add 1-1/4" to that number and draw the pattern.<br />For a 6" finished block, you'd draw a 7-1/4" pattern<br /><br />So...<br />Draw a 7-1/4" square<br />Draw perpendicular lines with the 7-1/4" square to divide it into four squares<br />Draw parallel lines 1/4" inside each side of the square<br />Draw a square on point by connecting the points where the perpendicular lines meet at the middle of each side of the inside square. <br /><br /><br />(It's pictured in my Rotary Cutting Cutting Revolution book.)<br />All my best,<br />Anita<br /><br /><br />Anita Grossman Solomonhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05503373720633222618noreply@blogger.com