Dynamic diamonds dressed with triangle-pieced sashing
Add a punch of pizzazz to bold diamonds with triangle-pieced sashing! Popular designer and quilting teacher Kathy Doughty shares timesaving tips for cutting diamonds, half-diamonds, and triangles from fabric strips. Use specialty rulers or the included template patterns as you draw from Kathy’s vibrant design inspiration and hand-quilted finishing techniques. Skip the quilt math—all measurements include metric and imperial conversions. Vibrant and rich with texture, this quilt is surprisingly simple to piece.
• Timesaving method! Learn to cut diamonds, half-diamonds, and triangles from strips • Beginner-friendly pattern from the book Adding Layers—Color, Design & Imagination • Includes both metric and imperial measurements
Yardage based on 42˝ (107 cm) usable width of fabric.
Ikat fabric or feature fabric: 3/4 yard (70 cm) each of red, dark blue, orange, purple, yellow, and light blue fabrics or a total of 41/2 yards (4.2 m) for diamond blocks
Shot cottons: 21/2 yards (2.3 m) total of light and dark solid fabrics (equal amount of lights and darks—I used 19 different colors) for triangle sashing strips