Turn Triangles Into Flowers of Any Size

Share on FacebookPin on PinterestTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someonePrint this page

They’re Pretty in Many Fabric Styles!

Triangles cut from a 60-degree ruler create pretty flowers for use in many types of projects. They’re simple to make and can be made in any size.

Sew them down to background squares for quilt blocks or pot holders, add one or more to the side of a tote bag or organize several into a pleasing design for the center of a medallion-style quilt. You’re sure to come up with other ideas, as well.

60 Degree Flowers Tutorial

While the finished size is not mentioned in the tutorial, the flowers can be made in any size. Play with triangle sizes to create the finished flower size that you want. Six triangles are required for each flower.

The flowers were designed by Anorina from Samelia’s Mum.

Click here for the free “How I make 60 Degree Flowers” tutorial.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Quilting Digest has featured many patterns from vendors participating in the Craftsy Marketplace, most of which have been deleted by Craftsy. It's going to take awhile for us to hunt down new sources for those patterns. In the meantime there are many links to patterns on our site that no longer work. We apologize if this article contains one or more of those links and appreciate your patience while we straighten things out. Thank you!




PLEASE NOTE: Quilting Digest does not sell or otherwise provide patterns directly. We showcase patterns and projects from various vendors, bloggers and other sources. Please make a note of where you access a pattern (the link in the yellow box toward the end of each Quilting Digest article). That way you can contact Support for that source if you have downloading problems or other issues. Thank you!

 

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *