Diana McClun & Laura Nownes –– An amazing storehouse of quilt patterns and techniques for hand or machine work in pieced or appliqué quilts. Patterns and instructions for 32...
Triangles, hexagons, diamonds, and more! Learn to measure, rotary cut, and machine piece 60° shapes with ease. Don’t be intimidated—triangle quilts are actually easy to put together when viewed as individual blocks on a grid. Sew 15 interesting angular quilts with no templates, no y-seams, and no paper piecing! Any 60° triangle ruler (or straight ruler with a 60° mark) works with these patterns. Take your quilts to the next level with simple strip piecing, and learn triangle grid basics so you can design your own angled blocks and quilts.
• Sew 15 quilts from triangles, hexagons, trapezoids, jewels, diamonds, parallelograms, and strip-pieced blocks
• Cut strip-pieced fabric using any 60° triangle ruler or straight ruler with 60° mark
• Arrange blocks in straight rows or kaleidoscope layouts for wildly different looks
• No matter how you arrange your blocks, you can sew them together in straight rows
8” x 10”
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