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Thread: Need easy Triangles quilt suggestions

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    Super Member QuiltQtrs's Avatar
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    Have 3 shoe boxes full of triangles from previous projects.
    Any easy suggestions: Pinwheels, Half-squares with white or
    natural muslin as opposite? Help .... need something simple
    to take a break from my current projects which are very
    intricate.

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    Try looking at summer porch quilt on here.

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    How about 1000 Pyramids (or triangles).

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    ...or flying geese?

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    Jacob's Ladder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltQtrs
    Have 3 shoe boxes full of triangles from previous projects.
    Any easy suggestions: Pinwheels, Half-squares with white or
    natural muslin as opposite? Help .... need something simple
    to take a break from my current projects which are very
    intricate.
    There are all kinds of stars with hundreds of different names that you can make with half square triangles--hundreds more if you cut them in half and make quarter square triangles. Some of my favorites are Barbara Fritchie Star, Pinwheel Star, Friendship or 9 patch Star, Ohio Star, etc.

    Check out http://www.quiltville.com for ideas. She has all kinds of scrappy patterns.

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    pat speth nickle quilts

    in my bucket list:

    lady of the lake & rambler

    http://patspeth.com/freepatterns.html

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