As I’ve been looking at fabric for the Tipsy Triangle quilt this last week, I’ve had a hard time deciding which route to take. There are so many great options! I decided to make my project scrappy, and use up scrap fabric already in my space.

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Scrap Fabric Selection Process

When I’m looking through my scrap fabric for a quilt, I usually end up with a big mess in my space. I pull out everything, and only keep fabrics I love out for the project. In the video, we talk more about fabric selection, and what I’m looking for.

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’ll be sharing videos about my process, and favorite tools as I go. 

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. 

RSVP to the Tipsy Triangle Quilt-Along here

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!


Tipsy Triangle Quilt-Along: Scrap Fabric Selection

One thought on “Tipsy Triangle Quilt-Along: Scrap Fabric Selection

  • March 10, 2020 at 4:51 am

    I just found your wonderful website and am so excited to have joined. The theme of SEW MODERN QUILTS and all your videos are just what I have been seeking and after looking back to all your previous patterns, I love them all. I enjoy the way you explain so clearly and in a very slow, calm method to complete each block and the designs are gorgious. As a quilter for over 10 years, I am really looking forward to a new demension and era of the modern quilting world. Thank you for all you present and will certainly begin to start sewing and using my fabrics.


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