I apologize - I sort of spaced and missed posting yesterday (it's Thursday already???) I hope you had a chance to stop by Lisa's blog to see her cute potholders!
I took pictures of my quarter square triangles while I was making my flag quilt, but forgot to post them. I see that Sherri from A Quilting Life has posted some great pictures, and is much more thorough with her explanation.
There is one thing I wanted to address. I had a commenter ask me how the Fit to be Quarter ruler compares to a tool she already has, the Precision Trimmer 6. I also own the PT6 and the PT3. The difference is - MORE OPTIONS!
The Precision Trimmer 6 allows you to trim quarter square triangle blocks for finished measurements in 1-inch increments from 1" to 6".
The Fit to be Quarter ruler allows you to trim units in 1/4-inch increments for finished units up to 9". Need to make a 6-3/4 inch quarter square triangle? This is the tool for you!
Also, check out Monique's blog today for a demonstration of how to make combination units that I see all the time in sampler blocks. Now Monique has given me a very cool and accurate option for making them, too.