If I’m being completely honest, I kind of designed this Triangular quilt pattern for the baby size! As someone who naturally tends to lean in more to the feminine and girly designs and color palettes, I love how these triangles can be super easy to make it more masculine if you want to!
For my baby size triangular quilt version, I chose to go vibrant! This fun grey, blue, and green quilt is made with super soft artisan cottons by Windham Fabrics. The artisan cotton fabrics have a truly amazing texture. They’re sooooo soft, and in person have a really vibrant look to them. Unlike most quilting cotton solids, these have different colored threads in the warp and weft of the weave. The different colors come together so seamlessly to read as a really great solid. If you’ve never tried them, I definitely recommend it!
Backing a Quilt with Minky
You might have noticed that the backing on this quilt is super plush! This amazing soft fabric is called Cuddle from Shannon Fabrics. You can find all my tips for backing your quilts with Minky fabric on this blog post.
I tried something new while quilting this one and I really am so pleased with how these organic-looking waves turned out! I used a wavy ruler to mark the first line and then used the guide on my walking foot to follow the first line. By the time I had sewn 3 or 4 lines, my waves started getting quite wonky. So about every 4 lines or so, I went back and marked one. Marking the lines with the ruler every so often really helped keep the general look of the waves.
The Triangular Quilt pattern actually includes 4 sizes: Wall Hanging, Baby, Throw, and Bed. Find out more about the pattern here.
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