More geometric shapes

It’s probably evident by now but my quilting is based around easily cut and pieced shapes, mainly squares parallelograms. I am not sure when I will be brave enough to try curves and circles, but I think they are ways off yet. But in the spirit of trying new things I have made this little piece.

new quilt idea!

The idea for stripped triangles came from a quilt I saw on the brand new Amy Butler software she did in collaboration with the Electric Quilt Company. I was going to purchase it but I’m a little miffed that I would have to launch Parallels to view it as it only runs on Windows. So for the mean time I am looking at the pictures and adapting them to my skills, limited as they may be!

I think I will piece rows of these triangles. One row where they all point up, one where they all point down, etc. Maybe three or four rows? I’m not sure what the finished size will be, but certainly in the baby size. This is also a WONDERFUL way for me to use up those scraps I have been accumulating…

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