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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Triangle fever!

Hello Dear Friends,
I've been wanting to try out something I saw over at Crazy Mom Quilts (Beware! this link includes a tutorial.) It's just a little fabric play using a paper equilateral triangle.  So simple! So addictive!
Well,  here are my tries...
 And then some more tries...

I had to pry myself away from the sewing machine last night.  I'd make a few with the scraps I dug out of my shopping bag of bits and then make up a few and go again to another scrap bag for more variety, I said.  I don't know how big it will get, but I am enjoying the making yet, so I guess I will just continue on.  This is not necessarily the positioning, and that is only design wall betwixt them... we'll see what happens.
    I also want to make some letters like The Patchery Menagerie. She has been having an alphabet quilt along. I love the quilts she makes with phrases! Only thing holding me back are these triangles and I don't have a nice background color for the letters.  Gotta go shopping! (That phrase is sung - you know the tune!)
Thanks for stopping by.  Tomorrow a look at the latest in oak tree repurposing.
Hugs,
Terri
P.S.  I linked this post to a linky party at Creative Itch and Freshly Pieced and A Creative Princess

6 comments:

  1. Sew Cute! Glad I'm saving my little scraps of fabric. They will be perfect for piecing these little triangles.

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  2. LOVE those triangles. So colourful and made from pretty scraps. Your quilt is going to look amazing.

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  3. very very pretty. I love the triangles.

    megan
    craftycpa.blogspot.com

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  4. Great triangle and what a great way to use up your scraps, can't wait to see what you do with them.

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  5. What a fun project! Great way to use up scraps! I made a couple of cup mats a while back in a similar way from the scraps of batik I had left.

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  6. Oh Terri, it will be beautiful! I love the idea of all the triangles! I really wish I had the patience to quilt again like you do!

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