Published by Shana | Filed under Quilting
When I saw Hoffman Fabric’s Natural Instinct line, I almost passed out from delight at the sight of ‘smoke’, ‘ice’ and ‘eggplant’. So, I impulse bought a yard of each and then proceeded to wage an unrelenting war with it until this materialized.
What you’re thinking (I assume) is “cute!”. But really, what you should be saying is, “Here, let me pour you a glass of wine. I know this was rough, but it’s over now.”
Why so rough?
Every. Single. Triangle. Was a struggle. There was a lot of ripping and tugging to get those suckers to even somewhat line up. Pure misery. I think unleashing three-sided angst is a triangle’s modus operandi. Am I right, geometry students?
The next quilt is going to be a four-patch. Four patches would never pull this crap.
(Also, no pattern, because it’s basically the exact same thing as this tutorial. Except she didn’t warn you.)