This is a very different approach to quilting. These wonky quilts are so much fun, and you can use up a lot of those scraps you have laying around for this one.
There are so many variations of these quilts and you can make up your own patterns as you go along.
Her triangle wonky quilt starts with a 9 1/2″ square, and when it’s all done, each block is a 7 1/2″ square.
To make the triangle block, start by cutting a stack of 9 1/2″ squares at multiple angles, forming a triangle in the middle.
Then cut the triangle piece at multiple angles, forming a smaller triangle in the middle and leaving a 1/4″ seam allowance all around.
Re-arrange the fabrics so they contrast, then sew them together as she describes in the video below, trimming edges. Assemble the blocks, add your batting, backing, and border, and you’re done!
This is the first time I’ve done this block, and it was really quick. I started the top on Monday, and after three sessions had the whole thing finished, quilted and bound!
Watch how GourmetQuilter does their wonky quilt in this step by step tutorial attached below.
What shapes are you going to do for yours?