For those that missed my post from a couple of weeks ago, I am embarking on a journey this summer to play with half square triangles. And not just the plain half square triangle.
In Part 1, I played with dressing up my triangles. If you missed the post, you can catch up here.
A number of you submitted your own half square triangle blocks. Let me share them with you.
For Part 2 of the challenge, combine one of your half square triangle blocks with another one. I will share how to do this in this weeks video.
From there, I created a number of settings for this new blocks. I don't know about you, but this can get very addictive.
For those that would like to join the challenge, I would love to see one of your quilt designs. You can either send me the Electric Quilt file, or an exported image of your quilt.
I will share any submitted quilts in a future blog post.
6/17/2017 03:04:48 pm
Can you create asymmetrical curved lines in EQ6 designs?
6/18/2017 10:26:03 am
You can create curved lines with the arc tool in Easy Draw. It is your choice on copying and placement to make them symmetrical or asymmetrical.
6/27/2017 06:08:15 pm
I am have trouble viewing this video. Watched the 1st one with no problems. Thanks for all your hard work, I have learned so much from your videos!
6/27/2017 06:53:48 pm
I am sorry you are having trouble with this. I just tested it on three different devices (desktop, iphone and tablet) without a problem. Could you try a different browser -- and see if that works. If that doesn't work try to wait a couple of hours and retry (when maybe the bandwidth in your area has gone down).
6/29/2017 09:10:50 pm
Thanks for reporting this Tea. I've tried to recreate this issue, but haven't been successful. I've talked with the people at Vimeo (who host my videos) and they suggested that it could be a bandwidth issue on your computer. I don't know that this will make a difference, but try clicking on the post title before clicking on the video. Before I switched to Vimeo this would work on some of my large videos that were taking too long to load. If I didn't click on the post, it was loading all the videos on the page (which was typically four blog posts worth of videos). If it still doesn't work let me know and I will try posting it on You Tube and you can try it from there.
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