August 10th, 2014

Triangle Quilt – A Finish

by Julie Hirt

Quilt finish!  I didn’t make the Triangle Quilt Along deadline, but I did get it quilted up and finished.  I love the fabrics and it really was a lot of fun to make.


I used a lot of Bonnie & Camille fabrics, which is probably why I love how it turned out.


The binding is a little scrappy, using fabrics leftover from the navy triangles.


I spied someone using loopy quilting in the quilt along and thought it was a great choice.  The pattern is new to me and I really like the circles it created.


For the first time I used a solid white backing. No idea why I haven’t used it before because I’ll definitely use it again in the future. I like how clean and crisp it looks – the quilting also looks pretty cool on the white solid.


I am selling this one in my Etsy shop if you are interested.  It’s  a great throw size at 56″ Square.


Thanks for stopping by and you still have one more day to enter the GIVEAWAY with goodies from Aurifil, I Don’t Do Dishes and Fat Quarter Shop!





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9 Comments to “Triangle Quilt – A Finish”

  1. Very cute! I haven’t tried equilateral triangles yet, but they look fun.

  2. Looks very cool and crisp, really like Bonnie & Camille fabric lines they are one of the few in my view that meld so well together :)

  3. Great fabric! Fun quilting!

  4. Fun quilt! I need to try that loopy quilting. Love it.

  5. Fantastic! Looks like the perfect picnic quilt, super happy and cheerful :)
    Triangles are atill on my to do list, i need more hours in the day!

  6. I have seen many quilts but these triangles are so good. Great work.

  7. I absolutely love the “Americana” aspect of this quilt, Julie!

  8. It’s such a fun, bright quilt! Love the quilting you chose.

  9. It’s super cute Julie! I prints just pop so nicely and you’re right about the white. Nice finish!

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