Triangle Peaks – The Rifle Paper Co. one

Today I’m sharing another Triangle Peaks quilt. This time it’s a Triangle Peaks Rifle Paper Co quilt.

Fast and Easy Triangle quilt

Triangle Peaks is probably my favorite Quilty Love pattern to make. It’s a fast and easy triangle quilt that looks good in any fabric.

For this version of Triangle Peaks I used Rifle Paper Co’s Amalfi line with Cotton and Steel. I love how the bigger triangles in this quilt really show of the vibrant fabrics in this line. This line has all of my favorites: blues, corals and greens!

Triangle Peaks Quilt Pattern

The Triangle Peaks quilt pattern is a fast and easy one. It goes together using 60 degree triangles. I recommend this triangle ruler. A good triangle ruler is going to make all the difference! In fact, triangles are pretty easy to put together when using a good triangle ruler.

Triangle Peaks includes instructions for a baby size, throw size, twin size and a queen size. This Rifle paper co version is the throw size. Measuring at 56in x 72in it makes for the perfect size throw.

This Amalfi fabric line includes some fun metallics in some of its fabrics. This line is a such a good color combo and I love how these big triangles really show off those prints.

Kaitlyn of Knot and Thread quilted this one in a modern loops design. The loops pair nicely with the sharp angles of the triangles in this quilt.

The smaller accent triangles in this quilt are an assortment of Robert Kaufman Essex Linen. They add some subtle color and texture.

This Triangle Peaks quilt is finished off with a bright backing from the Rifle Paper co line and bound with a modern wider stripe. I don’t think I’ll ever tire of using a striped fabric for quilt binding!

Triangle Peaks is one of my go to quilt patterns since it sews up beautifully in solids and prints. It’s one of the more popular quilt patterns in the Quilty Love line up.

Materials used:
Triangle Peaks quilt pattern
Amalfi fabrics from Rifle Paper Co. for Cotton and Steel
Striped black and white binding
Background is Kona Cotton in White
Pieced on a Janome MC6700p