- Place two 2.25″ squares with right sides together (one white and one buff)
- Draw a light pencil line diagonally across the wrong side of the white square.
- Sew a scant 1/4″ seam next to the pencil line. I was able to use the side of my presser-foot as a guide.
- Turn the block around and sew another scant 1/4″ seam next to the other side of the pencil line. Sewing from one block onto the next block, in a chain-like fashion, speeds this process up.
- Cut along the pencil lines
- Iron seams to dark side (LOL – I like saying that)
- This creates two half-square-triangle blocks.
- To make the white/white blocks, use two 2.25″ squares of white
- Square-up* each 1/2 square triangle block.
How to Square-up the Half-Square-Triangles