The Throw size version of the Solitaire Quilt features the 8-at-a-time Half Square Triangles method, and you can get the pattern here. The quilt pattern is fat quarter friendly and also works great for a Layer Cake or 10″ squares, and includes alternate AccuQuilt instructions, too!
This is actually the first Solitaire Quilt I made, and it was so fun pulling neutral greys for it from my stash! I personally love how navy and neutrals go together to make a timeless quilt – perfect for the living room and all the men in your life too!
Throw Size Triangular Quilting Details
The quilting was completed by Just Sew Jane in an all-over wavy lines edge-to-edge design. I love how simple and classic it turned out, and how it doesn’t distract from the design of the quilt pattern.
The fabrics used on this quilt all came from my stash. I had some scraps of greys and neutrals laying around, so of course I used those for the inner triangles! Then, I used some solid blue for the outer triangles and white sashing to finish it off.
The Solitaire Quilt is AccuQuilt Friendly!
If you’ve been following me for some time, you might know how much I rely on my AccuQuilt to give me precise cuts while quilting. I know not very many people might have access to an AccuQuilt fabric cutting machine, so the pattern is written out with traditional cutting instructions, BUT for those of you with AccuQuilt, I’ve included a special treat! I calculated adjusted fabric requirements, show which dies you will need, and share different instructions for cutting and constructing your quilt blocks.
If you are new to AccuQuilt or want some tips for how to make precise HSTs without having to trim them, check out this blog post.
Other Versions of the Solitaire Quilt
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