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Modern Triangle Sampler

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Skills Needed

  • Triangles

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Pattern Details

Join my Facebook Group and connect with other Triangle quilters! Go to Make these fun triangle shaped blocks the easy way with a rotary cutter and triangle ruler. No paper piecing, templates or y seams to worry about! This pattern includes detailed instructions for cutting and piecing triangles, hexagons, diamonds and more. Twenty five different block patterns are included, as well as full details for how to put your sampler quilt together. The blocks are really easy to make if you have a little bit of patchwork experience, you don't need to have sewn triangles before. This pattern contains 23 pages of cutting instructions, twenty five block instruction sheets and the sampler pattern, 79 pages of triangle fun altogether! Please note: There are two .zip files to download, one contains the overall cutting instructions and quilt assembly and the other contains 25 files for the blocks. Update: I have now released an additional 10 block patterns - these are available in the expansion pack to this pattern.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Creative Grids 60 Degree Triangle RulersCreative Grids 60 Degree Triangle Rulers
  • OR C and T Clearview 12" triangle 60 degrees (if using Creative Grids, use the 12 1/2" ruler)
  • One medium and one dark fat quarter of each of eight colours for the blocks

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Sheila is author of 'Quilts with an Angle' published by C&T. She owns Quilters' Lane quilt shop in Masterton and teaches classes at her store and at national symposiums. She is well known for her Puzzle Mystery Quilt designs as well as her growing range of contemporary and traditional quilt designs. Follow Sheila on Instagram at @mysteryquilter and take a look at her blog for more details.