Triangle Quilt

Triangle Quilt

Triangle Quilt- 49.5″ x 65″

My Triangle Quilt is finally finished and bound! This one was fun to quilt too…lots of straight lines makes it simpler:)

Triangle Quilt

The fabrics are Simply Style and Boho Girl.  I also threw in some solids to break it up.

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If you want to know more info on how I cut and pieced this Triangle Quilt, visit my previous posts HERE and HERE.

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I loved this fun paisley for the backing. I like the back of a quilt to be extra sassy!

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I quilted it using a 50wt. Aurifil thread in lime from the Simplify collection. I am so in love with these threads!!! I used a navy for the binding.

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You can get this set at Cotton Bliss HERE!

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HERE is the tutorial I used to machine bind this quilt.

 

P.S. Have you checked out Gotcha Covered Quilting?

Gotcha Covered Quilting

Here is their Etsy shop with lots and lots of great fabrics to start off your new year and new projects!

 

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  1. This one has really turned out beautiful!

  2. This is gorgeous! Love the colors 🙂

  3. I love that quilt. I want to make one now!

  4. WOW! I love it! The colours in this quilt are right up my alley. The pics are amazing. Love the close ups. You did an incredible job, Paula! Gorgeous quilt and a great post!

  5. I love the colours in this quilt – navy is always a favourite 🙂

  6. LOVE your quilt and particularly the extra sassy backing :). And you had the chance to use the Simplify. Yay!! I can’t wait to break into mine. And thank you for the shout out! I appreciate it!!

  7. Love those colour combinations, such a nice quilt!

  8. I am seriously in LOVE with your quilt. In love.I think it is absolutely perfect!

  9. this is a lovely quilt, I think what has most surprised me most since I started on the quilt route is that all colours go! nothing seems not to match, yours is a good example as at one time they would never put blue,green and turquoise together but I think it really sings.

  10. So lovely! 🙂
    Greetings from Finland!
    Hugs, Ulla

  11. Love these colors….and the,wilting really sets off your design. Thnx for sharing.

  12. Love the colors in this quilt. Looks amazing!

  13. Susan in OK says:

    How large did you cut your triangles? The quilt is amazing and the solids add a great pop to the quilt. You did a great job of quilting, too!

  14. great quilt, fabulous fabric selection.

  15. I just love the mix of solids and prints! I could look at this quilt all day!! This quilt is just yummy!

  16. It’s beautiful…love it! The straight stitching is perfect for this quilt. :O)

  17. I made a triangle quilt when I first started quilting, but that was probably 15+ years ago. Your colors are fun and the quilting looks doable for my straight line comfort zone. I am visiting from Anything Goes, thanks for sharing!

  18. This turned out so beautifully! I really love the fabrics and that backing paisley is amazing! I really love the colors of the new simplify aurifil threads but I’m discovering that my machine is much more finicky with using cotton thread when I want to free motion quilt. It does beautifully with straight line stitching using my walking foot, but for fmq my new go-to thread is isacord. I’m seriously considering adding this quilt to my wish list to make someday. I just love it!

  19. SOOO gorgeous! I LOVE how it turned out! YUM!

  20. Paula, this quilt is gorgeous!! These colors look amazing, and the triangles are so much fun!

    🙂 Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

  21. I love this. SO many of my favorite colors and fabrics all on one spot.

  22. Beautiful Sassy! Love the colors.

  23. I think this quilt is an all time favorite of mine!

  24. Just another quick thought in my pea brain…..I think you should do a quilt along and make another one. How ’bout it?

  25. Love the simplicity of this one! Hey I’m following ya on bloglovin…I thought I was and realized today I wasn’t (sad face) I need to try your machine binding tutorial….I love hand binding…but sometimes I;m in a time crunch and need to get it done! So thanks for sharing that!! Smiles! V:)

  26. Paula — This I absolutely love! The triangles. The colors. Love. LOVE! Fantastic job! 🙂 <3

  27. As a big navy lover, and triangle lover, I adore this quilt! 😀 I also really love the paisley you used on the back! Beautiful!

  28. Really pretty Paula! Love the paisley.

  29. I love, love, love these blues Paula! Great colour scheme. Adding to my Pinterest. Well done!

    http://www.busyneedle.ch

  30. So pretty! I really like how you kept the quilting simple; it works really well on this quilt; the pretty colors on both front and back can speak for themselves 🙂

  31. oooohhhhh you did it! And it is awesome! I really do love what you see in fabrics and patterns. It’s always so cheery and light and serious all at the same time! Thanks for sharing your journey. 🙂

  32. It looks amazing Paula!! I love the green and blue, just gorgeous!
    And i love how the quilting looks on the paisley backing, perfect!

  33. I love your fabrics! Really amazing. Your quilt is just MY style. Love it!

  34. Beautiful and I like that you’ve kept the quilting simple

  35. This looks amazing! I love triangle quilts.

  36. Gorgeous! An equilateral triangle quilt is definitely on my to-do list!

    Kim
    http://tiesthatbindquilting.wordpress.com/

  37. I do adore this quilt, Paula… Right up there on the scale with the Prism quilt. You did an amazing job!

  38. Very pretty….looks like a fun quilt to make!

  39. I love triangle quilts…will have to make one myself some day! You have done a great job. I love all the navy!

  40. Ooo I’ve been wanting to try a triangle quilt for a while now … I’ll check out your other posts on how you made it 🙂

  41. Love your quilt. Am putting it on my to do list!

  42. I am visiting from let’s bee social–I love your quilt-and I agree making the back extra special too just makes a quilt.
    thanks for all the links too Kathy

  43. I love how it turned out! I have a charity quilt that requires the same color scheme and triangle was one of my ideas for a pattern. I just might have to do it now! Great finish!!

  44. Equilateral triangles scare me, but you look like you’ve mastered them! Lovely quilt!

  45. Lovely quilt! The pattern the quilting lines make is wonderful.

  46. Sassy AND Fabulous!

  47. Beautiful, I just love the colours

  48. OH MY GOODNESS!!!! I love everything about this. The solids are a great touch!

  49. I love it! And I love triangles!

  50. Beautiful quilt! I love triangle quilts, and that quilting works great with them.

  51. cdahlgren2013 says:

    Love the quilt colors, quilting, and pattern.

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