|Scrappy Triangle Baby Quilt|
|Taking the lazy way and skipping the math|
On evening, I took out all of my Angela Walter's books and courses, and drew various designs on paper. I wanted something simple, relatively easy to FMQ but also something that would have a few variations.
|Dot-to-dot quilting in the corners with some loops|
Starbursts on the solid triangles with some simple filling
|Jacob's name in the corner|
|Scrappy Triangles Quilt is finished and is|
making its way to Vancouver for baby Jacob.
|Foundation paper pieced block for the label|
- I managed to run out of thread, twice! It was the blue thread in the solid blocks - and I didn't even use it in the bobbin! OK, the first spool of thread wasn't full, but that's a lot of thread! It's not so obvious when I use my bigger spools.
- My daughter asked me how much thread there was in the spool. I figured out that I used about one kilometer of blue thread, one kilometer of bobbin thread and at least one or two more for the scrappy triangles! Wow!
- I really enjoyed planning out the quilting of the solid triangles. Angela Walters has some great ideas in her Shape by Shape books (which I now own). Between these and her Dot-to-Dot course on Craftsy, I had tons of ideas that fit my criteria.
- Scrappy Triangles posts
- Lots of projects in the works, March 13, 2018
- Quilting without my machine, July 20, 2016
- No rules scrappy piecing, March 26, 2015
- Angela Walter's Dot-to-Dot technique course on Craftsy
- Angela Walter's Shape by Shape Collection 1 and Shape by Shape Collection 2
- Foundation paper piecing 4" blocks through Quilting on the Square's newsletter.
I will be linking up to many link-ups. Follow along to see what's happening. UFO Busing, Monday Making, Main Crush Monday, Design Wall Monday, Moving it Forward, Oh Scrap!, Linky Tuesday, Midweek Makers, Let's Bee Social,
February 8, 2020 - I'm linking up to Sarah Goer's Show Me Something...with Triangles linking party. This is my favourite triangle project ever 😊
Scrappy Triangle Baby Quilt
34" x 38"
Techniques: improv piecing with scraps, free motion quilting (FMQ)