I finally took the time to figure out how to print triangulations to the sizes I want for hst's and qst's. Here is the result of my first real try at these. (Thanks to Becky for gifting them to me!)
This is one page which in the 2 inch size yields 24 hst's. In just a few minutes I had followed the little pattern and was ready to cut. The brown shows you what the back looks like if you have never used Triangulations.
Sort of like a pretzel! I decided I like these better than Thangles because I don't have to start and stop using my auto thread cutter for each little seam across the strip. This means I don't have to keep rethreading my machine (for some reason it unthreads when I am doing the cut repeatedly with only 2 inches in between).
Then I just cut them all on the solid lines..it even has you cut off those pesky corners. I sewed all the 2 inch hst's in brown and blue already though only one sheet has been cut so far. The only downside I have noticed so far is that you don't use strips (which is a negative because I am storing so much of my fabric in strips now and it is easy to grab the right size and sew Thangles with them!). Which do you prefer and why? I haven't tried the quarter square triangles ones yet--I printed them out and I realize that they will have the same blue and the same brown instead of being ecclectic if I use the Triangulations sheets.