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Old 04-07-2021, 01:55 PM
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I've been on a mission to use up my triangle scraps. This is my latest version!

Do you have any favorite triangle scrap patterns?
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Old 04-07-2021, 02:24 PM
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That looks fun! I'm somewhere between building up my scrap bin for a reasonable sized project, and removing bits as I can...it's a perilous balance isn't it?
So far, only 'triangle' scraps I've created are from some imperfect cuttings from a One Block Wonder. Not sure how I want to use 60 degree scraps? Have fun finishing that one!

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Looking good. Are you planning on adding more to it or are you done?
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Looking good. Are you planning on adding more to it or are you done?
Thanks Phyllis! I should've mentioned...this is 1/2 of it. There will be 2 more blocks on the right (the blocks have the 'X' in them) then the geese sashing.
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Old 04-07-2021, 09:09 PM
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What a fun scrappy project
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Old 04-08-2021, 03:28 AM
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Wonderful idea and great use of your scrappy triangles.
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Nicely done!
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Wow! That is a lot of FG! I don't like making them. Are you cutting squares from corner to corner for your FG's then sewing to rectangle or are you using whole squares and sewing corner to corner and trimming? They look neat. Tell me how you make yours so I won't be so discouraged.
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Originally Posted by toogie View Post
Wow! That is a lot of FG! I don't like making them. Are you cutting squares from corner to corner for your FG's then sewing to rectangle or are you using whole squares and sewing corner to corner and trimming? They look neat. Tell me how you make yours so I won't be so discouraged.
I have this basket of triangle scraps that are big for the geese. I cut the 'sky' part to the correct size, sew on the scrap, then trim it to size. I use this the tool from Amazon Wing Clipper to trim. I love this thing!!!
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That looks great! I have tons of triangular scraps. Right now I am looking to make a crazy quilt with all the scraps. I love all you flying geese. and the stars Thanks for sharing.
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