Saturday, March 15, 2014

Another SQangle Give Away

At my quilt guild meeting today I bumped in to Sue, the owner of Suzie Q Quilts and creator of SQangles. She has a new Youtube video demonstrating SQangles so check it out. And….She VERY generously gave me some more SQangles to share with all of you!! AWESOME right!!
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If you would like to try a random size sheet of SQangles simply leave a comment on this post then click the Rafflecopter to be entered in the drawing.

NEW NOTE: I haven’t tried this yet but was told if you lightly spray your SQangle sheet with Spray and Fix 202 it holds it in place nicely on your fabric without pins.

Don’t know what a SQangle is????
Here is a repost of my demo. You will be AMAZED!
These are heat transfer template sheets. They come in finished blocks sizes from 1/2” to 4” and the sheets are reusable for several pressings.
Simply pin the SQ Angle template on the back of the lighter fabric and press with a dry iron.
The design will transfer to the fabric.
Pin the two fabrics together and sew along the dotted lines (I used dark thread so you could see it).
Now for the amazing part….Simply cut on the horizontal lines.
Cut on the vertical lines.
Cut on the diagonal lines.
In just minutes…yes, MINUTES…I had a lovely stack of half square triangles.
Very little waste.
They turned out more accurate than I would have sewn them and I didn’t have to waste any time “squaring up” the blocks.
For all the skeptics out there, here is the accuracy shot of a 2 3/4” block. AMAZING!!

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Give Away
Want to try a sheet for yourself? Just leave a comment then click the Rafflecopter to be entered in the drawing. 12 random winners will be picked on March 21st. Each will receive one random size sheet of SQangles.
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suzanne, dutchess county NY said...

Wow those god look easy! My name is also Suzy!
Maybe it will make me lucky!

Gill said...

These sound a great idea - I'd love to win some!

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Ok I HAVE to enter - Squangles are the best thing since sliced bread!!!!

Rebecca said...

You know ...they make you think... going to check out the vido now.

Anita said...

Very cool! Would love to win some to try :)

barbara woods said...

love those

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

What a great idea! Nothing to go through your printer. I would love to try.

Anita said...

Those are amazing. Going to check out the video.

Rina Mason said...

Of course I want to be entered! They look like they make HST's so much easier and so much less waste.

Crafty Tokyo Mama said...

What a fantastic product for the busy quilter. I love anything that makes cutting accurately easier and Squangles sounds like just the ticket!

KatieQ said...

It's really amazing to think that yu can make a pile of HST so quickly.

Michele said...

looks like a neat way to make these

DebraKay Neiman said...

This looks fantastic...really would like to try this product. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Shar said...

These seem like a fun idea to try. I make a lot of half square triangles, but not this way. I would love to give it a try.

Anonymous said...

Wow! That really will save time and increase accuracy.
Thanks for the chance to win a sheet.

Sue.quilts at verizon dot. Net

beaquilter said...

I totally forgot that you sent me some of these... oops, sorry, will make something soon

c said...

How kewl of a time saver is THAT! I would enjoy winning some of these!


grann616 said...

Oh, wow. Anything to keep the quilts rolling along!! Thank you for giving me a chance to try this. Sharon Lozano

Aldi said...

What a time saver! Thanks for sponsoring this contest! Fingers crossed.

Unknown said...

I have never seen these before! I'd love to win some!!

LJ said...

Wow! Would love to give them a try. I like that they can be used over several times.

Sarah said...

I would love to use these -- thanks!

Michele said...

I haven't had time to try these yet. Hopefully soon. The video is very helpful. Thanks so much again!