Triangle Quilt Along


This Quilt Along is open to everyone!

Please join in anytime or at any part of the quilt along. Each link-up is individual so you can enter one, all of them or just the finale!

Triangle Quilt

Finished quilt is 49.5″ x 65″

Share your progress each week of the Triangle Quilt Along by linking up a photo to be entered in a weekly drawing for some awesome prizes from our generous sponsors! If you need help linking up your pic, just email me here: I want everyone who can to participate so I’m going to make it work for you! Even if you have to send me the pic and I will link it myself:) Join the Flickr Group HERE to share your photos!

Our final week will wrap up with a Triangle Extravaganza, where all the finished quilts will have a chance at a Grand Prize!

Triangle Quilt Along Announcement and Fabric Requirements- February 14

Official Sign-up and Share Fabric Selection- Week 1, March 21

Cutting- Week 2, March 28

Piecing Rows- Week 3, April 4

Joining Rows- Week 4, April 11

Break week! Giving you some quilting time here:) April 18

Finished Quilts Link up- Week 5, April 25

(this is a change- giving you the entire week to get them in the link up!)

You will have until May 3rd at midnight/EST to link up your finished quilt! Sorry, finished quilts only…no tops.

Triangle Extravaganza! May 5, Will announce winners and show off these fabulous quilts!

Edited to Add….

Last Chance Link Up!- June 1 thru July 31, last chance winner announced August 1!

This is a little incentive for all those who did not make the deadline to finish up their quilts:) Secret prize to be revealed later!

Prizes from Our Sponsors!

Week 1, Fabric Selection and sign ups- $25.00 gift certificate to Cotton Bliss!

Week 2, Cutting Triangles- $25.00  gift certificate to Fort Worth Fabric Studios!

Fort Worth Fabric Studio

Week 3, Piecing Rows- $25.00 gift certificate to Pink Chalk Fabrics!

Week 4, Joining Rows- $25.00 gift certificate to Pink Chalk Fabrics!

One week break:) then….

Week 5, Triangle Extravaganza!(Finished Quilts)- Two Grand Prizes- $75.00 gift certificate to Fat Quarter Shop and $50.00 gift certificate to Cotton Bliss!!!


Swirly Girls Design will be donating some patterns along the way!


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  1. Excellent QAL – love those triangles! I just put your button on my blog. Now to choose fabrics!

  2. Ok, I posted your triangle button, I joined flicker, but don’t know what I’m going to do with it. and have gotten my fabric. Am I joined to the group? Tonia

    • sassyquilter says:

      You are in! I will help you with what to do next when we get there:) when we start in March will be the next time you have to do something.

  3. Excited! This is my first online anything! I’ve wanted to do this quilt for a long time and I just got a beautiful bundle of solids! Glad I found your QAL – dusting off my Flickr account!

  4. I want to do this so badly, but I am somewhat swamped at the moment. I’m going to keep my mind on this and see what I can get cleared off my plate by mid-March because I really want to try triangles!

  5. Susan in OK says:

    Paula, I have ordered fabric (like I don’t have enough fabric) from Forth Worth Fabric Studio (one of your sponsors). I ordered sale fabric, oh yeah. I wanted some plain fabric to coordinate with it. I asked Jodie if she would please pick some plain fabrics to go with my fabrics I had picked. She does a great job of selecting her Friday bundles. I wouldn’t get my fabrics until some time next week because something else I ordered is delaying the order until then. That’s no problem because I’ll have my fabric in plenty of time to start the Triangle Quilt Along. I’m an overachiver and plan to make my quilt larger than your layout. So, I just order more fabric. If I get overwhelmed, I can always make two quilts instead. It’s perfect timing because I have two quilts to finish for a quilt show in June, so it’ll help me to focus on finishing them. One is a DWR and rounded edges. I want to scallop the other, so more non-straighte edges. I don’t have the binding cut for it yet, either. I have a friend who is going to help me cut all that binding. I have never put a sleeve on a quilt and have no idea how to put a sleeve on a non-straight edge quilt. So, I have a couple of challenges over the next weeks. I’m excited about receiving my fabric and the QAL.

  6. Candy Radford says:

    I’m in! Can’t wait!

  7. Brenda Hulsey says:

    I’m ordering my die today to cut these and mine will be scrappy. Of course I’ll be behind the first week! Don’t know anything about the linky thing either.

    • Brenda Hulsey says:

      Opps! I’ve already changed my mind! I have a layer cake and 7 charm packs of American Primer that I will be using. Picture is posted!

  8. This looks like fun

  9. Can I use the Tri Tool which isn’t 60 degrees instead. That way I wouldn’t have to go out and purchase another ruler?

  10. I was trying to resist another QAL, but I’ve caved–it looks like a lot of fun!!

  11. Ok my arm has been twisted, I’m in! :)

  12. I’m in! Set up in Flickr. I’ll be using fabrics from Riviera II (a discontinued line from Connecting Thread)
    I’ve been wanting to make a triangle quilt for months now so this is just perfect for me.

  13. This sounds wonderful! I wonder if I have time……
    I may try to do some but not keep up

  14. Perfect! I have no time, but I’m in! Will post your button now. Thanks for hosting!

  15. Deb Hogg says:

    Okay. Sign me up. I am going to join Flicker in about 5 minutes. Fabric pic to be first upload. BTW, EVERYTIME I open the QAL info on FB, my FB crashes and I am totally out of FB. Happened about 20 tries today.

  16. Ok I’m in for my first QAL! I hope I can keep up with it all. I’m attempting to grab a button too. New quilter, new blogger, so much to learn! I chose some happy, spring fabrics. Ready to go!

  17. I am a new quilter and am intrigued with the triangle quilt. I have my fabric and I am ready to go!

  18. Brenda Hulsey says:

    I can’t get my photo on the link to work.

  19. Silly question I am sure but….since I already had my triangles cut prior to starting this-should I starch
    them now?

    • sassyquilter says:

      You can, just do carefully so you don’t distort them. Lifting the iron, not pushing or pulling.

  20. Heather Braun says:

    I just saw a post about this on Instagram! I was asked to make a commissioned triangle quilt back in Feb. and I just finished piecing it last weekend. First time I’ve made one of these quilts and it was difficult and it’s not perfect but I am so proud of my quilt! It was quilted on Monday and all I have left is the binding. I wish I would have seen this post about the QAL because I’m sure it would have helped me out a lot! Can I still join ya’lls QAL or should I start a new one and try to catch up with ya’ll?

  21. Kathleen Dalecio says:

    I’m late to the party, but have all my triangles cut and am ready to stitch! I did post a photo in the Flicker group yesterday, but was unable to leave a comment here for some reason. Hope this does the trick.

  22. Joanne Williams says:

    I am so far behind. When I signed up I was unemployed. I went back to work right after with 12 hour days. I bought the fabric and took a pic. Haven’t uploaded it yet. I spent the last 2 days starching. I even had to wait for the gallon size Best Dressed to come in the mail. I am starching but how stiff are they supposed to be? Like stand up on the edge stiff? I have gone through 3 16 oz spray bottles already. I plan on cutting today.

  23. Hi, Just put your button my blog – have been quietly “sewing along” but didn’t join up until now!!! Linda

  24. This is an AWESOME quilt along!!! I saw it too late to join in the official contest, but I have been wanting to do a triangle quilt for a while now….and this was just the thing I needed to see to get me going. I am starting TODAY!!! Thanks so much, I will be visiting your blog often…I LOVE IT!

  25. I haven’t done triangles yet, is there a intro to cutting them ?

  26. Liz Dillon says:

    Can you help me determine fabric amounts for a Twin XL size quilt?

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