Prints Are Wonderful Too!
Triangles in two sizes combine for this charming quilt. Bright solid fabrics are set off beautifully by gray and white.
However, go ahead and choose whatever colors and fabric styles you enjoy most. Reproduction 1930s prints will be so charming. Other fabric styles and color combinations will be wonderful too.
A template is provided for cutting the triangles, although a 60 degree triangle ruler will be a huge timesaver. You’ll be working with bias edges, which tend to stretch, so be careful when stitching and pressing. A good starching of all the fabric before you cut will greatly reduce the chance of stretching.
The finished quilt, designed by Emily of Quilty Love, can be made in any of four sizes: Baby, Throw, Twin and Queen.
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