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Friday, July 6, 2018

Triangle Gatherings quilt DONE!!

I've been working on putting together my Triangle Gatherings blocks into the quilt setting I ultimately decided on.  WHEW!!!  It used up about 75 of the blocks, leaving about another 25 still!  That's for another day.

It turned out to be just about king size so that'll fit my king bed!  I had to lay it on the floor in order to get a picture of the majority of the quilt!



I used different fabrics for the setting triangles and then the borders are all different as well.  I also decided to use smaller half square triangles for the corners (I used leftovers from the blocks, but cut them down a little to fit).

I also found the most adorable Tula Pink animal fabrics for a couple of the borders.








Now to tackle the backing!!  Then off to the quilter!

18 comments:

  1. Randy! That is just the most glorious quilt ever!! Congratulations...you go girl!!

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  2. Awesome job Randy! It is a cheerful and bright quilt. I love the fact that you pieced the red and the green border with matching colors. Awesome. Love it. ;^)

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  3. This makes me think of a carnival, with lots of color, and movement, and fun!
    You did an amazing job, Randy, and I love that you used different colors on the setting triangles and borders. Well done, girlfriend!

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  4. Wow Randy, I love everything about this quilt! You did an absolutely fabulous job. I bet you will smile every time you walk into your bedroom and see it on the bed!

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  6. You get the prize for making all those blocks and then getting a quilt top finished. It's marvelous! Great ideas for the borders.

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  7. What a fun quilt! A major accomplishment for sure. Terrific squirrel fabric in the border. Love it!

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  8. Really teriffic!!!!! Love all of your choices.

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  9. Your quilt sparkles Randy ! You realized an awesome work !!
    I love all the fabrics you used !! Congratulations !

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  10. Love your scrappy, happy quilt! Those border fabrics are so fun too. Looking forward to seeing what you do with the rest of those blocks--no pressure--lol!

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  11. Looking Good! I like those Tula Pink animals hopping around the border, very cute!

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  12. Great quilt, Randy ... I just love the way you throw it together and see what sticks ... Kaffe, Tula ... anything and everything. It looks GREAT!! Please post a picture after you get it quilted ... would love to see it! Linda

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  13. Randy, it's gorgeous!! And so much fun!! I'll bet you and your grandchildren will love looking at all the different fabrics together. Just love it!!

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  14. fabulous fabrics and pattern! wow

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  15. Well done with those triangle units. Love the squirrel and raccoon fabrics. Never have seen those before.

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  17. That turned out AMAZING! I love the bright fabrics and the scrappy look.

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