This Lovely Quilt is Simply Triangles

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Easily Adapt the Pattern to Crib Size and Any Bed Size!

A beautifully coordinated palette of turquoise and purple fabrics make up this enchanting quilt. Solid fabrics were used, but coordinated prints would be just as lovely.

Sugar Plum Quilt

The tutorial from Stacy Olson of Freshly Handmade offers many tips for working with triangles. She recommends the Tri Tool acrylic triangle ruler for cutting the triangle shapes. It’s not necessary, though, if you already have a ruler that will work.

Stacy also recommends sewing up a small sample to make sure everything is fitting together as it should before starting on the full quilt. It’s always a good idea to check that your method and tools are producing the desired results whenever you’re about to begin a big project.

The finished quilt is 52″ x 64″. Easily make it smaller, perhaps into a crib quilt, by using fewer and shorter rows. Add more rows to fit any sized bed.

Learn more about this project here.

Click here for the free “Sugar Plum” quilt PDF tutorial.


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