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 A quilt square 2010-01-07 From Kimi:A quilt square is stitched along each diagonal to make 4 right triangles. Each diagonal is 12 inches long. ( 1 foot) How many quilt squares can be cut from a piece of fabric that is 8 feet long and 2 feet wide??Answered by Penny Nom. Making a blanket 2003-08-13 From Liz:Please help me figure this out. I am making a blanket the directions call for a piece of material measuring 72"X45". Instead of one piece I'd like to make a patchwork quilt but the squares need to equal 72"X45". Centered on the bottom of the longest edge is an 18" square.Answered by Harley Weston. Area of a quilt 2001-10-14 From Jack: how would you find the area of the quilt? which is a square how would you fined the area of each square? Answered by Penny Nom. Tessellations 2000-09-17 From Lindsay:What is the word that means a shape repeated over and over again to make something like a quilt pattern? Note: I'm pretty sure it is either a fractal or tesselation. Could it be that the pattern itself is a fractal but the entire quilt would be a tesselation? Answered by Chris Fisher.

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