Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Hex N More Cutting Tutorials - 60° Triangle

Over the next few days I'll be posting cutting tutorials for the Hex N More
Full Color Directions are also included with each Hex N More Ruler.

I'm going to start with the 60° Triangle. It is the easiest shape to cut and you have little to no waste when cutting them. The Hex N More can cut four sizes of 60° Triangles. The measurements are from the base of the triangle to the tip, not along one side.
Four Sizes -  1", 2", 3", 4" 

With today's tutorial I'm demonstrating how to cut a 3" Finished Size 60° Triangle.

1. Start with a 3 1/2" x width of fabric strip.
2. Place ruler as shown aligning the top of fabric strip with the solid horizontal 3 1/2" triangle line. 

3. Cut along both edges of ruler to trim strip.

4. Rotate ruler 180° and align ruler with cut edge to continue cutting triangles along the strip.

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sassysewer53 said...

Easy as Pie! Cannot wait to use my ruler! Looking forward to the other tutorials on the Hex N More.

Thanks, Julie!

M-R Charbonneau said...

Thanks! I'll be getting this ruler this weekend and I'm so excited. It looks great!

CarolT said...

I just ordered your ruler. Excited to have it.

VickiT said...

Thanks Julie. I've wanted to buy the 60 degree ruler for awhile. I'm wondering now if your ruler can do everything the 60 degree ruler could have or would there still be a need to buy that other as well?

Aliceart said...

So cool and looks easy! Thank you.

Kate Brown said...

with it being the notion of the month at fat quarter shop I will be getting mine and I cant wait!

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

Tutorials are wonderful for me...the visual is helpful. Great tutorial and excellent ruler!


Shanna of Fiber of All Sorts said...

Can't wait to see your tips on sewing these beauties together.

Carol K said...

This ruler was in (well partially in) my stocking this Christmas. So the timing is great for me. Thanks.