Updated: Apr 30
Have you ever struggled with trying to modify a quilt pattern? Design your own quilt? Replicate your tattered great-grandmother's heirloom quilt? Sometimes trying to calculate the correct size of a half-square triangle or a setting triangle can be daunting!
I love sharing great ideas and tools that help others share in the quilting journey! One of the best online quilting calculators is only a click away and it is free without ads.
Having a proven calculator can make creating a quilt much easier and save you a lot of time. It can also save you from cutting fabric incorrectly when you don't have enough extra pieces or yardage to recut. I especially love having the flexibility of using patterns in different designs to change up the look. A perfect example of that would be using a row by row or straight block pattern and changing it to be on point. The biggest question to answer would be what sizes of the setting triangles?
You can be a beginner or expert quilter and easily use and trust these calculators.
Here's a list and description of the various calculators on the Quilter's Paradise website:
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