Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Triangle quilts. Get inspired and try out new things.
For this tutorial I am going to show you how to sew 60-degree triangles together into pairs, then rows & then put the rows together. ...
Carla Rives saved to Sadie and hayden
It seems fitting to finish this quilt in time for spring. (Well, technically it is spring, although we're expecting a bit of snow tomorrow.) The bright colors of the Anna Maria Horner fabrics are undeniably cheerful and full of life, just like the season, and the low volume prints set them off nicely. I used 50 weight white, Aurifil thread to quilt the top in a free motion figure eight design, which I recommend if you are new to free motion quilting or have a largish quilt to handle on a…
A Quilter's Table saved to :: Triangles ::
Half Square Triangle Quilts are simple but they don't have to be boring! Here are 8 ways (plus variations) to turn your HSTs into quilts!
Bethany Martin saved to Sewing Projects
Check out these 10 great half square triangle quilt layouts for beginner quilters! There is also a tutorial for making the hst units.
Quilts are not hard to make when you have the right tools. Learn how to make a triangle quilt using a 60-degree triangle ruler.
Using this half square triangle tutorial, you'll learn how to make them and see 16 spectacular layouts for this versatile block.
Melissa LePage saved to quilting
You'll find 11 awesome designs in this follow up to my previous article. Here are 11 more half square triangle patterns. You are sure to find one you love.
Cari Craig saved to Quilts
Learn how to make a simple triangle quilt with our free tutorial. A free quilt pattern for a scrappy triangle quilt. Great for beginners.
Shirley C saved to Quilt Tutorials
For this tutorial I am going to show you how to sew 60-degree triangles together into pairs, then rows & then put the rows together. 3 1/2" triangles are shown here. The concepts are the same for other size triangles cut from the Hex N More, Sidekick and Super Sidekick rulers. The triangles are all arranged with the blunt point up or down. Take the 2nd triangle and place it on top of the first, right sides together. Alignment is key. Make sure they are exactly on top of each other before…
Jenny Gooding saved to Quilting