Happy spring Robins!
Hope you are all feeling energized by the longer daylight hours as I increase the demands on our creativity a notch. I see that some of you have already taken creative licence and made your center blocks a generous size – that’s okay but we are going to even things up a little.
This month will be triangles because I love the triangles: So much pay off with a simple shape. Your assignment is to make one side of any type of triangles of your choice, about 3″-4″ in size, BUT if the project that you have is less than 20″ in height or width, then kindly do two rows on one side – stacked. Aim to keep the piece squarish.
Beth at Sew Mama Sew has this great tutorial and design suggestions for multiple rows of triangles: http://www.sewmamasew.com/2010/04/simple-triangle-block-sew-along/
Amy Smart at Diary of a Quilter also shows us how to use a 60 degree triangle template: http://www.diaryofaquilter.com/2013/12/ive-been-playing-with-60-degree-or.html