Make Multiple Designs from One Simple Block

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It’s Easy to Construct Using Wedges!

This wonderful triangle block can be configured to make many interesting and unusual quilt designs. It’s simple to make and once you have several it will be fun to play with arranging them.





The blocks will also be great in many different color palettes. The black in the combination chosen by the designer makes the other colors pop. But go with whatever you prefer.

Magic Triangle Block Tutorial

Here are a few of the many ways this block can be used.

Magic Triangle Block Tutorial

Magic Triangle Block Tutorial

Magic Triangle Block Tutorial

To make the block you’ll need a 10 degree wedge ruler. You’ll find several to choose from here. Or use the template included with the pattern.

Christina Cameli demonstrates how the block goes together in the following video. She also shows you several layouts, including how to sew together the circular design without Y seams.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

Christina provides a written tutorial at her site, A Few Scraps. There are also a few more block arrangements there to consider.

Click here for the free “Magic Triangle Block” tutorial.

Click here for the PDF tutorial download with the wedge template.

 

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