No-Pattern Quilt – A Triangle Madness!

I get impatient cutting out pieces, measuring, and trying to figure out if I have enough fabric. 

In this post, I’m going to explain my process to give you more confidence in making your own quilts without a pattern.

Tips Before You Start Making a Quilt without a Pattern

Keep these in mind before your get started:

When you start out a no pattern quilt project it is usually good to set yourself some parameters. This is to stop you from overthinking.

Set Boundaries

Making a Start

I started with the idea of trying out my AccuQuilt Isocolese Triangle Die which I’d never used before.

I pulled out a mix of yellow pink and low volume/white fabrics to start off with.  

Once I had done the initial cutting and piecing in pairs I made a slight change of direction, which is something you always have the option to do.

Changing Direction

In this case, the issue was how to add a backing fabric.I had a look through my stash of whites and off whites and decided to work with what I had.

Problem Solving

What I decided was to go with an off-white border on the top and bottom just to give the quilt that extra size.

Making Choices

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