Y'all. Look at these wonky triangles!
This quilt was made on a whim. I was organizing my scraps and realized I had soooo many blue and green squares. I'm talking a 10-to-1 ratio compared to other colors. If anyone was confused about my favorite colors, there should be no question now! As I was planning, I decided to add in some yellows, just to add a bit of warmth.
This one came together quickly, and it was fun to pair up those contrasting colors, stack 'em, and whack 'em. This is a great design if you're looking for something with high visual impact without a lot of excessive detail.
I quilted this one with an irregular grid. I only marked the horizontal and vertical center points of each block just to give me a point of reference to eyeball while quilting the straightish lines. I didn't want the lines to be perfectly straight, but I also did not want them to veer off course too much. The lines are not equally spaced. This is on purpose as I wanted to accentuate the wonky factor. I used variegated green 50 weight Aurifl (4653 Spring Prairie).
This quilt is backed and bound with a coordinating batik. I also included some leftover triangle blocks on the back to add interest. After washing, this one measures approximately 54"x65".
This quilt has been sold. If you're interested in commissioning something similar, or something different for that matter, just contact me.
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