How to Get Pointy Triangle Points Every Time

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A Simple Method for Ensuring Points Don’t Get Lost in Seams!

Do you keep losing triangle points? It’s easy to do, and frustrating when you’ve been so careful creating the triangle units.

Fortunately, Pat Sloan has a simple method for sewing triangles into seams that creates crisp, pointy points. It works on any type of triangle piecing and is simple to do.

How to Get Pointy Triangle Points

All you need are two pins and Pat’s tips to ensure that your triangles don’t end up pointless.

Click here for the free “Anything but Pointless: How to Keep Triangle Points Pointy” tutorial.

You’ll find additional tips for Pat’s method here.


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