60-Degree Quilt Tutorial




Part 1 - Making Blocks
Part 2 - Making Filler Units
Part 3 - Putting the Blocks Together



9 comments:

Anna said...

This is the most inspiring quilt design and tutorial I have seen in a long long time - thank you so much for posting and sharing!! I have a great stack of fabrics that has been waiting for a project like this. I'm so excited to get started! This is just the sort of quilt pattern/tutorial I love - you showed us exactly how its done, and then we get to take off and play from there, knowing that its going to turn out darling. It's truly a creative and original idea for a scrap quilt, and your fabrics and colors are so fun and vibrant and cute. Thank you bunches!!

corinne said...

Thank you for the tutorial, I have my scraps

liniecat said...

How on earth have I managed to miss this inspirational design..so far!
As a new follower..........thank you in advance for opening my eyes to new way to look at triangles lol
Cheers!

Mimi said...

This quilt is amazing!! Thanks for the tute! ps I am a new follower

KatieQ said...

When I looked at the picture of your quilt, there is no way I would have guessed how it was put together. The method is really cool. Thanks for the great photos showing how to use scraps in a creative way.

I am Just One Mom said...

I have just begun venturing into the 60 degree world and this pattern and tut is perfect. Thank you!

SewySu said...

I love this quilt and you have done a wonderful job showing us and sharing with us the technique to get going. THANKS so very much! I even have (somewhere) a 60 degree ruler I bought (for some reason)...... Off I go to try this out! hugs !!! su '-}

Jane said...

Fabulous idea! Thanks for sharing your process. I can't wait to try it!

NancyinSTL said...

Thanks! This is the closest pattern I can find to the Sochi Olympics patchwork design. Yours is based on overlapping triangles and the other looks more like overlapping diamonds. I'm going to see if I can adapt your technique to diamonds. Wish me luck.