Here’s the progress I’ve been making on my Triangularity Quilt, a pattern designed by Jeni Baker. It’s been really fun to make! I chose to make the twin size so I can give this quilt to Ezra when he graduates to “the big boy bed” after it has spent some time in the shop as a sample. My wee one will be living it up in his crib for quite a bit longer so I figure it’s a reasonable plan. A very good plan, actually.
This fun, modern quilt pattern is a terrific way to showcase solids and prints. Especially because you can use all solids, all prints, or mix the two and the size of the triangles lends itself to showing off super cute prints rather than cutting them up too small. You can go a bit wild with color for a playful quilt or keep the color palette more muted and sophisticated. You can see I went with the former even though I really adore quieter quilts, too. Maybe my next one.
Since I am loving this project so much I thought I’d organize a Triangularity Quilt class to get you started on your own and scheduled it for Saturday, March 28 from 10 AM – 1 PM. While this project focuses on cutting and piecing equilateral triangles, I’ll also be reviewing quilting basics like how to properly iron, cut and piece your fabric that’ll be helpful for any quilt project. That way, you’ll feel confident finishing at home on your own.
Click over to our classes page here to review all the details and then call 609.536.2940 or stop in to register!
Jeni Baker’s In Color Order quilt patterns along with beautiful fabrics and loads of other sewing and quilting supplies are sold at Home Made!