|I Made Cute Little Triangles Out of Scraps!|
|No Pins or Nothin'!|
|Lots and Lots of Leftover Strips|
|EQ8 Offset String Star Baby or Wall Quilt Design|
|Another Idea for Leftover Fabric Strips|
|This Is What Reckless Abandon Looks Like|
|Inspiration Quilt "My Life Aquatic" Made by Julie of Pink Doxies|
|Nifty Notions Bias Triangle Ruler|
|54-40 Or Fight Block Made With Bias Triangle Ruler|
I think I'm going to switch to my 60 degree equilateral triangle ruler. An equilateral triangle has all three sides the same length and all three angles measure 60 degrees. As I discovered with my Tabby Mountain Disco Kitties, it's MUCH easier to piece equilateral triangles together because you can just slap them together RST (right sides together) with all the edges even, no pins or nothin', and they'll come out perfectly. Isosceles triangles need to be offset just so in order to open them up and have the seam look right:
|Remember How "Jog the Ends Slightly" Made Me Crazy?|
I'm not looking to give myself any more aggravation than absolutely necessary, if you know what I mean! I'd like to give my seam ripper a few days off for good behavior!
Well, I still need to prep some vegetables and do a last-minute dust-and-vacuum run through the house before it's time to pick my niece up from the bus station, so I'd better get off the computer and get on with it! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.
I'm linking up with:
- · Needle and Thread Thursday at
- · Whoop Whoop Fridays at