Code : CG015
Crystal clear instructions on how to make an equilateral triangle quilt, without needing any special templates. May contain frogs!
Quilt measures 122cm x 146cm, (48” x 57 1/2”).
Cushion measures 18 1/2” square.
- 11 Fat Quarters for the equilateral triangles. My quilt contains 3 greens, 3 blues, 3 browns and 2 oranges.
- 3 fat eighths of spotty fabrics for the frogs (I used 3 different batiks).
- Scraps of coordinating dark fabric for frog underbellies.
- Scraps of black fabric for frog eyes.
- 2.7m OR 3 Yards of Backing* fabric.
- 1.4m of 2.4m wide Quilt Batting* OR 1 1/2 yards of 90” wide Quilt Batting*
- 40cm OR 1/2 yard of Binding fabric.
- Approximately xx sized piece of double sided fusible webbing, (e.g. Vlisofix)
- Applique Mat or non-stick silicon baking paper (e.g. Glad Bake)
- Black 6 stranded embroidery floss.
- Very fine pigment pen such as Zig Millennium 03.
- Disappearing fabric marker of your choice and a pencil.
- Perspex ruler (must have 30º and 60º lines marked at each end)
- Sewing threads to match fabrics.
- General Sewing supplies, including an iron, rotary cutter and cutting mat.
- Half triangles left over from cutting for the quilt.
- 50cm of quilters cotton fabric for the cushion backing an border strips.
- 18” (46cm) invisible zip.
- 20” (51cm) cushion insert.
* You will need to consult your long-arm-quilter regarding backing and batting quantities, if you are getting your quilt long-arm quilted.
I am no longer designing and selling patterns, but I’m very proud of the work I created, so I have left the patterns detailed here as a record of my endeavours.
Pattern : CG015 : Ribbit quilt & cushion