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I’ve had a request from a reader (hello Shirley), who asked me about the methods used in making quilts with triangles as their focus shape. I’ve done a bit of a surf and come up with the following interesting patterns. They’re all free so have fun finding something that you like.
how to use a 60 degree ruler for triangles
Shoemaker’s Puzzle is a very unusual quilt block featuring triangular shapes
a Triangle quiltalong
making half rectangle triangle tutorial
a complicated triangular block – but sooooo effective
another 60 degree ruler tutorial
a delightful half square triangle quilt
an isosceles triangle quilt tutorial
a triangle quilt tutorial
here’s some pretty templates for appliqué
Wild Goose Chase is a typical triangular block
I used to play with these as a child – a nice little trip down memory lane
here’s a nice retro triangular quilt
some good advice re triangle quilts
an amazing scrappy triangle quilt tutorial
uneven star is a different take on the triangular quilt pattern
this site has 5 triangle quilt patterns to sew
some advice re triangle templates
different degree triangle templates and how they’re used.
a whole lot of triangle quilt patterns for inspiration
these chunky triangle quilts look fabulous
I love Lady of the Lake pattern because you can use your waste triangles so effectively.
Triangle Trails quilt block
a Thousand Pyramids triangular block
Here’s a selection of books I’ve found on Amazon.com, all featuring the Triangle.
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