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Fox Glove Blog Showcase

I’m super excited to be participating in Aneela Hoey’s Foxglove Blog Showcase.  Her brand new foxglove line for Cloud9 fabrics is so adorable and was super fun to sew with.   I am all about these colors so I didn’t hesitate to participate in this one.   Foxglove is available in fabric stores now.

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I immediately had visions of triangles when I saw this fabric line.   Not sure why..lol.    But I went with it and am pretty excited that my vision translated to fabric perfectly.   I’ve written up a pattern for this one and it’s available in my shop.

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Triangle Hexies

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  • Martina - OHHH, THIS IS SUCH A BEAUTIFUL QUILT! lOOVE IT VERY MUCH!ReplyCancel

  • Linda Kilpela - Emily you did a beautiful job. The pattern just pops. Fun!ReplyCancel

  • Asha Patel - I. Can’t. Wait. until this pattern is released!!! I’m wanting to make twin baby quilts with it! :) Yours is beautiful and Angela’s fabric is simply gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • LJ - Pretty, pretty. Love the quilting, too.ReplyCancel

  • Kay - This is just fab!!!!! Love the colours, design, and the wavy quilting. xReplyCancel

  • tara - Emily, I’d really like to see a tutorial on how you machine quilt – or just even a run down on where you like to start when you begin machine quilting , like do you start at the top of the quilt or middle? Your quilts are beautiful and I love visiting your blog and IG.ReplyCancel

    • Emily@QuiltyLove - Hi Tara :)

      I’ll keep that in mind for the future :) My short answer is I start about 1/4 of the way through the quilt. So not the top and not the middle. Ripply and pulled fabric from quilting drives me crazy so I try my best not to allow that to happen. I have a few things that I do to prevent that from happening.ReplyCancel

  • LJ - I love hexies and it’s great that you’ve added that special band of white around them. Cute, cute.ReplyCancel

  • Courtney - What background fabric are you using here? It’s absolutely perfect!ReplyCancel

  • Lyna - Emily

    I love this pattern. However when cutting for the throw I found 1 yard for the white is not enough, I need 1 1/4 yards to cut 29 strips 1.5 inches (29×1.5= 43.5) and I needed 30 strips of the background fabric. Am I doing something wrong? Is it correct you need 120 triangles for the throw and 120 of each white and background? I can get 4 cuts out of each background strip and 5 cuts out of each white strip.

    Thanks
    LynaReplyCancel

    • Emily@QuiltyLove - I think you are right! I’m not sure if I needed the full 29 strips since I unfolded the last piece of each strip to get one more piece. I’m definitely going to adjust the pattern requirements though because what I tell you is just over a yard. Not sure what happened there… thank you so much for pointing that out!ReplyCancel

  • Amy McGraw - Oh, I’m definitely going to have to get some of this – I’m obsessed with foxes.ReplyCancel

  • Cotton and Steel Triangle Hexies Quilt » Quilty Love - […] any Y seams.  It’s a fun one to make.  This is the second Triangle Hexies I’ve made.  I blogged the other one here. I realized this summer that I have a large outdoor surface to spray baste on!   I took my […]ReplyCancel

  • Deborah Philippi - Do your instructions share how to combine the color triangle pieces so the different fabrics are combined as you used them? I love the way you have laid this quilt out and would like to mimic it if possible. I’m pretty new to quilting, and would like to purchase this pattern to make a quilt for our soon-to-arrive granddaughter. Thanks in advance.ReplyCancel

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