Sometimes Simple is Best!
This fun quilt is so simple and yet so charming. It’s made from large triangles that really show off the fabrics. The bold colors are wonderful and perfect for a baby or toddler. Other colors will be just as lovely, so have fun deciding what “flavor” you’ll give your version.
The instructions, from Sarah Jane of Sarah Jane Studio and Amy Smart of Diary of a Quilter, suggest making a triangle template or using a ruler. It will be quickest to use a 60 degree ruler, such as the Quilt In A Day 60 Degree Equilateral Triangle Ruler. You can purchase that here.
The finished size is not given but it’s large enough for a toddler bed or for use as a throw quilt. Of course, you can easily increase the size by adding more triangles.
You’ll find the PDF tutorial here.
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