Thursday, October 2, 2014

Telecast Thursday - Got 15 Minutes? Episode 1

Hi everyone:

Trying to fit some quilting into your busy day? Think that you need at least an hour to accomplish anything? Well, you don't! In this episode of "Got 15 Minutes?" I'll let you know one of the quilty things that I can accomplish in just 15 minutes.

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I'll be waiting to hear if you were able to accomplish the same thing that I was able to in your 15 minutes.

1 comment:

Colleen said...

Hi Kim

Where the 0.0254 comes from? It's a guess, but if you take 1/0.0254, you get 39.37 inches, which is the length of a metre. Someone has assumed that the usable width of fabric is 1 metre. If the number of inches you need is X, to figure out the number of strips (Y), you use X/39.37 = Y. Or, 0.0254X = Y.

I'm guessing you probably don't care all that much, but my geeky math brain enjoyed figuring that out!