We’re going to be leaving in a few moments to head to the Philadelphia Flower Show, but before we go I wanted to share with you a new quilt that I finished.
Title: Equilateral Triangle Quilt
The Process: I used two fat quarter packs and cut them into 6″ strips. I used this as a visual guide on how to cut equilateral triangles.
Quilting: Quilting lines followed the diagonal lines created by the triangles. I quilted about 1/8″ on either side of the seam.
What Needs to be Done: I just need to hand this off to its new owner!
For Next Time: I will try larger triangle next time. 6″ were a great size, but I think I’d like to try both 9″ and 12″. Also, I cut my binding to 2.5″ and sewed it down at 3/8″ from the edge. Next time I will sew it at 1/4″ from the edge to give me a bit more space to tack it down on the back.
Don’t forget to check the shop from time to time to see if I have any quilts in stock and ready to ship. I’ve been slowly working on them for sale. Also, find me on Facebook and Instagram for in-progress shots!
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