Multi-Patch, Inc.“Zero Math & Square on Point Quilt Rulers”
 Most Traditional Quilt Blocks are comprised of:Square, Rectangle, Half Square Triangle,Quarter Square Triangle and Square on Point Patches. To read a block first identify each individual Patch Type within the block.Then simply estimate what portion of the block each individual patch spans (1/2, 1/3, 1/4 etc). The Square on Point Quilt Block Example 5 Diagram below shows each patch type and the portion of the block each patch spans. Once you are able to identify each patch type and estimate the portion of the block each patch spansyou will be able to create the block without a pattern.  Using the Zero Math & Square on Point Quilt Rulersyou will be able to create or design your own block and resize (or scale) the quilt block to your quilt project.
 Patch Type Abbreviations HSR = Half Square RectangleHST = Half Square TriangleQST = Quarter Square TriangleSOP = Square on PointSQ  = Square
 Patch SpanAll of Block1/2 of Block1/3 of Block1/4 of Block1/5 of Block1/6 of Block1/7 of Block1/8 of Block
 Square on Point Example 5 Finished Block Sizes:4”, 4.5”, 5”, 6”, 8”, 9”, 10” or 12”
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 Note: For Half Size finished blocks simply Double the “Dash Line” #.
 For more detailed Instructions go tothe “Zero Math Quilt Rulers Overview” &the “Square on Point Quilt Ruler Overview”.
 Square on Point (Square in a Square) Example 5 Diagram