We’ve made it to the best part, we are ready to sew our Tipsy Triangle blocks! I’ve included block making tips in the pattern, but at times it helps to see them too.
This last week has felt like a couple of weeks, but our family is healthy and staying put at home. This sewing project is perfect for me when the house feels too small, or my computer time is overwhelming.
Block Making Tips
Having all the pieces cut and ready is a favorite point in any project for me. I love knowing that I can sit and sew, or trim and press when I have 10 minutes to myself. Check out the video below to see my process as I sew.
The Tipsy Triangle pattern includes four sizes, from baby to queen. It’s a great introduction to improv piecing, and really scrap friendly! If improv makes you nervous, be sure to stick with me all month long. I’m sharing videos about my process, and favorite tools while I stitch.
You can start the quilt-along anytime, I will send you information about getting started and where to find all the video instruction that you will need to begin.
This quilt-along is perfect for beginner quilters, and more experienced quilters looking to explore improv without overwhelm. It’s really a fun pattern to sew up and I hope that you’ll join me!