Isosceles Triangle Quilt Top (Step 1): Done!

Friday, October 18, 2013

Isosceles Triangle Quilt Top
The completed isosceles triangle quilt. As a whole, it looks pretty good. Up close, it looks a little sloppy, which I could've prevented if I wanted to spend more time fixing individual triangles. And doings lots more measuring. Or maybe using a template instead of semi-free-handing the triangle cuts. C'est la vie.

This first step for the hexagon quilt took about 2.5 (1.5 active) years to complete by hand. This isosceles triangle quilt top took about 2 weeks by machine.

Isosceles Triangle Quilt Top
Isosceles Triangle Quilt Top

  1. How To: Cut Isosceles Triangles Without Templates 10/13/2013
  2. How To: Assemble an Isosceles Triangle Quilt Top 10/16/2013
  3. Step 1: Isosceles Triangle Quilt Top Completed 10/18/13
  4. TARDIS Applique 10/27/13
  5. Coordinating Pillowcases for the Isosceles Triangle Quilt 11/6/13
  6. Step 2: Isosceles Triangle Quilt Backing Assembly 3/18/15
  7. Step 3: Isosceles Triangle Quilt Sandwich-ing 4/1/15
  8. Attaching the TARDIS Applique 4/8/15
  9. Step 4: Machine Quilting the Isosceles Triangle Quilt 4/15/15
  10. How To: Continuous Double Bias Binding Strips 4/22/15
  11. Step 5: Binding the Isosceles Triangle Quilt 4/29/15
  12. A Review of the Isosceles Triangle Quilt 5/6/15

2 comments:

Erika Lee @ A Tiny Rocket said...

It turned out great! I also really love the colors and it looks very warm

iris said...

Well, it's just the quilt *top* so far, so it's not actually very warm at all!

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