First off, Here is the full view of the neat primitive I just finished quilting. The half-square triangles are 1”&1/2” square and the larger, dark green border (with the writing on it) is 3”&1/2” wide.
I used the same transfer paper/method that I used years ago when I did dressmaking. The product is Saral. I couldn’t tell you if it’s still available as this is an “antique” box…….just kidding, but it is almost 20 years old!
The pointy object is a wooden collar point turner that I used to trace over the writing on the paper on to the border. It would have worked better if I didn’t have the batting, etc, to deal with but I had already stitched all the edges to stabilize it to do the final stitching.
I am sure there are other products out there that will work. The important thing to remember to avoid is any transfer paper that has “wax” on/in it (dressmaker’s/tailor’s chalks most times contain the wax component and will melt in to the fabric when ironed leaving a stain/dark mark).
I hope this answers some of the questions floating about. If not, let me know and I’ll be back………….