Sewing Rows Together – Triangle Quilt Along

I have had some serious sewing time on Saturday.  My husband was off taking a class with a friend so I was all on my own.  It was just was I needed.

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The purple really pops!  So glad that I am using a solid to break up some the busy black and whites print.

I was able to finish piecing rows 1 – 12.  Each row is 25 triangles long.  I decided to make the quilt queen size.  I had plenty of fabric, and I don’t know if I will be making another black and white quilt.  So why not use it, right?

I used The Sassy Quilter’s tips to get my points to line up.  That means that there is a lot of pinning, but it is worth the results.  I even had some of my points line up!

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Rows 1-6 are sewn together.  Rows 7 and 8 are sewn together and row 9 is pinned to it.  Rows 11 and 12 are also sewn together and row 10 is pinned to it.

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Row 13, I just have to add the last 8 triangles to the row.  Row 14 will needs to be laid out.

I apologize for the lack of pictures, I wasn’t very good about documenting the process.  I was more focused on getting my rows together.

I would love to finish this for Finish it Up Friday!

 

 

About My Pieced Life

I am in love with all things quilting. My sewing room has many works-in-progress and a large stash of fabric. I have big plans and lots of ideas of creations I would like to make. My wonderful husband supports my obsession and Carson, my Australian terrier, keeps me company while I sew.
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4 Responses to Sewing Rows Together – Triangle Quilt Along

  1. msminnesota says:

    Your points look fantastic! I hope mine look this good. And yes, I will be pinning!

  2. The Sassy Quilter says:

    You go! Those points are perfect. The prints do look great…will be awesome to have a queen sized quilt. I have done only one that big….may do again, but will not be quilting it:)

    • Thanks for noticing my points! However, there could have been plenty of pictures of points that don’t quite match up. ; ) Thanks for the tips on how to pin! I am always so impressed by people that quilt on their home machine. I don’t have the patience! Thanks for hosting such a great quilt along, Paula!

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