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Video tutorial: Quilting with triangles – 1

Video tutorial: quilting with triangles 1

Again, another layout with equilateral triangles. I can’t get enough of them!

Learn to make this placemat or table runner in 2 minutes:

This video demonstrates how to sew the pieces together:

If you don’t have a 60 degree ruler

If you plan to cut at 60 degrees a lot you may consider investing in a 60 degree ruler.

OR

  • here is how to cut 60 degree triangles without special rulers:

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22 comments

  1. Yes please. Tried it twice – once with 2.5″ strips from a jelly roll, second with 2″ strips. Same result.

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  2. I have watched your tutorial on the 60` triangle. I have tried several times to put the pieces together and can not get my center seams to match up. Could you tell me when I can find a video or a pattern showing how to join the triangles to make the placemats

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  3. I was wondering if these could be made into a quilt…I would love to try ..but wouldn’t know where to begin..any suggestions?

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  4. You certainly can. You can make a number of 8s so to speak and sew just in halves. Then put them in rows. The 8s will be laying across 2 rows if you know what I mean. Sew the halves into rows again. And then sew the rows together. I hope this makes sense.

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