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1. From each fabric, cut one 6 7/8 inch square and one 3 7/8 inch square.
This is the second part of a two part article. The first part is Thread Theory: Choosing the Correct Thread for your Project (and your machine.) Here is a sampling of threads available, including a description of their characteristics and recommended uses.
A common scenario for quilters is trying to figure out how many width of fabric strips to cut in order to get the number of squares that a pattern calls for. You have to pull out the old calculator, figure out how many squares a single strip will yield from the width of fabric that you are using, and divide the number of squares you need by the number of squares a single strip will yield. Hmmm...that can get complicated.