Try all the options... Take a lot of pictures as you go... Find things that spark your curiosity...
Everything looks good on point!
I really like how the ONE block with a GREEN surround glows among the other.
Playing with your layout on these blocks when your piecing, can change the pattern so easily!
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PDF for paper piecing the Triangles Galore block is now up: Click here
Great blocks, and they really do look good on point. Love how the lighter background ones glow!ReplyDelete
They all look fab...a riot of colour. PDF doesn't work for me. It says Error not foundReplyDelete
Love all the layouts! As you know I totally agree about the "on Point" theory. I especially love two of the blocks... ;)ReplyDelete
Love blocks on point! Really rich colors. Too early here to think about sewing -- I do have a project on the design wall I hope to make great progress on this week. :o)ReplyDelete
Ooh - lovely! Thanks for sharing the PDF too - I quite like the idea of trying these!ReplyDelete
You are right about on point blocks looking better. It must have something to do with the diagonals giving them more movement. In any case am loving your green quilt !ReplyDelete
Totally understand your addiction to this block!ReplyDelete
Your blocks are gorgeous!
OOOO yeah, just printed out a few pdf's i just realized these are HUGE blocks...all the better. I can't wait to get home to start...thanks lady...i hope to have a post soon.ReplyDelete
I am also in love with these blocks. I have made three, but two of them have already been used in other projects. I am thinking of going for a blue, green, and yellow/gold flavor when I start building more for a quilt. Yours are absolutely beautiful.ReplyDelete
WOW, they look amazing. Interesting how just changing the values the whole block changes, Love them all together on point!ReplyDelete
Fabulous. Love the last two, especially. I am going to have to jump back in your posts and find out more about this block and the color placement. I took about a six week break from blogs...I missed so much! Ha! HugsReplyDelete
I am intrigued by the variety of color and patterns you put together. They are so interesting. Love them. Love the on point setting, too.ReplyDelete
This would be a great block for a block swap! Lovely work, Victoria, and thanks for the .pdf!ReplyDelete