# Quilt math

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Quilt math. Get inspired and try out new things.

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Quilt math. Get inspired and try out new things.

Know exactly how many 12 inch blocks you need to make any size quilt with this post! Plus download the free cheat sheet to save for later.

Learn how to resize a quilt block using a handy Quilt Block Resizing Worksheet and how you can use this helpful skill to create one-of-a-kind creations.

EQ8 is a quilt design software that helps you design your own quilts and even does all of the math calculations for you! Continue reading to see the review!

There seems to be a heavy sigh when the words: half square triangles is used.

On-point units within blocks need to measure perfectly across their diagonals in order to fit correctly with straight-set corners. The quilt math is done for you when you use the Omnigrip On Point Ruler™ by Omnigrid, designed by Donna Lynn Thomas. In this guest article, Donna Lynn explains why she designed the On Point Ruler and how to use it.

So a week or so ago, I posted the back for my latest quilt and was asked if I figured out the math myself. Yes, and I guess I usually do....

Get 5 differentiated levels of Quilt Math Worksheets for preschool up to high school

Cutting side and corner triangles for an on-point quilt layout

Quilter's Paradise offers the most widely used and trusted free quilting calculators including calculators for backing, binding, borders, strips, shapes (squares, triangles, diamonds and hexagons), and more!

Reference guide for your quilting basics! Quilting math all on this cheat sheet makes basic quilt math easy!