It’s Great in Both Solids and Prints!
If you can sew strips together you can make this striking quilt. It’s an easy quilt to complete, even for beginning quilters. Those with more experience will love how quickly it goes together.
While the quilt has a distinctly modern look, you can give it many personalities. Depending on the fabrics you choose it can blend well with just about any decor. It’s also great in fabrics for any season.
There are so many ways to can approach selecting fabric for this quilt. While solids are a beautiful choice, prints work nicely too. You can also choose a color instead of white for the background triangles.
Here are some examples to get you started. You’ll find many more here and here.
Quilt by Morgan Case.
Quilt from Claire Koenig of Honeybee Quilt Company.
Quilt by @loverunderfire.
Quilt from Mya of From the Library Quilts.
Quilt from Sewing Arts.
Quilt from Laura Parry of Global Fiber Shop.
Quilt by Michelle Schenke Glaser.
Quilt from Amanda Picard of Hidden Grove Quilts.
The designer, Suzy Williams, provides instructions for the following quilt sizes:
- Queen/Full – 90″ x 103″
- Twin – 76″ x 89″
- Throw – 60″ x 60″
- Baby – 42″ x 42″
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