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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