I have managed to get back to my “It takes a Village” quilt. It has in total Forty-four (44) 4″ triangles. I had previously posted two of the quilting designs I was using for my triangles. Again, using my walking foot, here is the third…
I love the simplicity of this design, where you can see the equilateral triangles and then the intersecting lines to form a diamond. I did do some initial marking for this block. I marked the 2” center line, and on the two sides I marked the 2″ height mark for the intersecting lines. These marks are used as rough guides to evenly separate the sections.
Here are the quilted lines for this block; their directions, start and end points:
This is great, thanks for doing the work of working out the most efficient way around these triangles and posting. Your stitching is so straight and even. Just beautiful! I love angularity in quilts.
What a great diagram showing how you started and finished the design. It looks great!
I love the thought that goes into how to do the design with the least amount of stops and starts. It looks great.
Very cool triangle quilting!
This is really cool! I keep dreaming of making an all-triangle quilt, and this quilting plan would be perfect for that. Thanks for the diagram!
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