A finished quilt always feels great, and the Tipsy Triangles quilt is no different! I had so much fun quilting this with a bright pink thread, that I think adds to the playfulness of the quilt.

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Tipsy Triangles

Part of the fun of this quilt is the various sizes of the triangles and the different types of triangles that are made in the process. Even as it is sewn up the shapes change, due to the seam allowances. I love watching the pieces come together as I sew.

In the video, I’m sharing images of the quilt, along with more finishing information, and links to some of the materials that were used in my quilt. I hope you’ll take a few minutes to watch.

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The Tipsy Triangles pattern includes four sizes, from baby to queen. The pattern is a great introduction to improv piecing, and super scrap friendly! If the idea of improv makes you nervous, stay with me as we stitch. I have videos about my process and favorite tools to share with you too. 

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 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 check it out!


Tipsy Triangles Quilt-Along: Finished Quilt

6 thoughts on “Tipsy Triangles Quilt-Along: Finished Quilt

  • May 4, 2020 at 7:47 am

    can you tell me what fabric you said you used for the background and binding? I missed that in your tutorial.

    thank you! Excited to make this-I too collect scraps from favorite fabric lines that I have used in other quilts.

    Val Larson

    • May 9, 2020 at 12:48 pm

      Hi Val,
      I listed my materials in the video and description of the video.

  • May 4, 2020 at 8:12 pm

    This is such a happy quilt!

  • May 5, 2020 at 10:54 am

    Where can we get Essex Linen?

    • May 9, 2020 at 12:47 pm

      Hi Cathy, I purchased at fabricbubb.com, but it can also be found at fatquartershop.com. I have a few direct links in the video caption to get you started.


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