baby spring triangle quilt

I’ve been having fun making up fabric stacks and showing a few here on Fridays. My goal is to actually make a quilt, even just a mini quilt, out of each fabric stack. We’ll see… perhaps a lofty goal!

Anyway, I loved this springy mix of yellowy greens, aquas and light grays, pulled from a favorite Liberty of London print (the floral shown in this stack). I’ve been wanting to try out an equilateral triangle pattern, so I snagged myself a triangle ruler from Joann’s and set about cutting this stack into a stack of triangles.

I only had a small piece of the Liberty, so I opted for smaller triangles – cutting them at 4.5″. It made for a small quilt (only about 32″ x 34″), but oh so very cute! It’s soft and pretty and a little floral, and just perfect for a brand new baby. I think it will be set aside for the next little girl (there seems to be an influx of boys at the moment!)

The backing is a mix of three favorite prints – this Lizzy House butterfly print I’m so fond of, a great print from Simpatico, and one of my favorite basics by Laurie Wisbrun. Also soft and pretty.

It’s quilted with straight lines 1/4″ from each seam, and I really love the way it looks. As a bonus, the minimal quilting keeps this quilt nice and soft.

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47 Responses to baby spring triangle quilt

  1. 1

    Its gorgeous! That little bit of Liberty is so pretty!

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    elsa says:

    Really sweet baby quilt ~ soothing colors.
    I’m amazed at the amount of work you do with such a young child! You’re amazing!

  4. 4 says:

    Love the colors! Nice job!

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    Julie says:

    Beautiful! I love the softness of it.

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    janita says:

    I love the colors together.Someone sweet is going to feel so special when they receive it!

  7. 7

    Just adore this lil gal. I hope the recipient takes her monthly photos on it!

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    Erica says:

    What a lovely quilt! I adore the color palette and the fabric combination. I too have been wanting to try an equilateral triangle quilt…that might have to be my next project.

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    Clare says:

    Beautiful – and I love the way you have quilted it. I want to try one now!!!

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    Beth says:

    This is so pretty and I love the triangles!

  11. 11

    it is beautiful – I love your fabrics – the colours are perfect, and the quilting suits it so well. I have got to make one of these.

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    Cindy says:

    Nice! You’ve inspired me to try the triangles. Really nice job and love the mix of colors.

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    Erin says:

    That looks amazing. I love those colours for a baby room – so calming and relaxing. Nice work!

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    Becky says:

    Oh wow! This one is special. Which triangle ruler did you get? After seeing the many beautiful triangle quilts online, I recently bought the Wonder Triangles ruler, but haven’t used it yet.

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    Marilyn says:

    Love the look of this quilt.

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    Kar says:

    Love the triangles and the colors you used Ashley! I’m going to have to give triangles a try. They look awesome!

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    Marie says:

    That’s really sweet. I’ve been thinking about making a last minute baby gift and like this idea – time to weed through the stash and see what I can find. Thanks!

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    sewkatiedid says:

    Love the soothing colors. I’m so addicted to these triangle quilts.

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    Pat says:

    That is so pretty. Makes me want to stop everything and start making one right now.

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    Suzanne says:

    Sooo pretty! I love the colour combination!

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    texheks says:

    Love this one! I need to try this kind of triangles soon…

  22. 23
    Katharine says:

    This is lovely. Such a wonderful choice of fabrics. The liberty fabric is really beautiful.

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    car54 says:

    oh, it’s beautiful! I have my own stack spread out on the sewing room floor right now with some of those colors–so now I’m inspired!

  24. 25
    Sandy says:

    I love everything about this little beauty. From the colors to the triangles, it is just beautiful!

  25. 26
    Tammy says:

    This is gorgeous – every single thing!

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    Love the colours. Makes me feel inspired to get sewing!

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    Ann says:

    It wonderful! Green is my favorite color and I too have picked up a triangle ruler recently and they are in my list …. Which is getting longer faster than it is getting shorter! šŸ™‚

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    Amanda says:

    This is just gorgeous. Those colors are lovely together. Your quilting sets the triangles off so nicely as well. Great job.

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    Lisa C says:

    So soothing and pretty! I, too, bought a triangle ruler but I’ve yet to take it out of the packaging. Was it simple? Or I guess I should ask, would you use it again?!!

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    pam says:

    Can I ask what kind of ruler you chose to use on this?

  32. 34

    This is so beautiful! What triangle ruler did you use? I would like to try to make one for upcoming grandchild. Thank you. You really inspire my creativity!

  33. 35

    Maybe I should read the comments before posting my own comments! Ha ha the answer is right above! I’ll have to get me one. Thanks again!

  34. 36
    Ashley says:

    Gosh, I love your quilts! You have such a talent for putting together great colourways!

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    Franziska says:

    I love it. My colours. Makes me want to try a triangle piece, too.

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    Shasta says:

    That is gorgeous – the fabrics go so well together. It is a very calming soothing quilt.

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    Kati R. says:

    Adorable baby quilt Ashley! I think my next one will be triangles too, I just love the pattern! Thanks for sharing!:)

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    Ange says:

    This might be my favorite quilt so far and I think ANY baby boy or girl would fall in love with it!

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    Diana says:

    Love the color scheme. I always find that the hardest thing in a quilt. To choose the color that go well together.

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    Allison C says:

    What London of Liberty print is that? Love it, but I haven’t been able to find it online. I think it might be from the upcoming quilters lines? Really love this quilt!!!

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      ashley says:

      I’m not quite sure of the name of this print. It is a Liberty of London tana lawn (not one of the upcoming prints from the quilting line)… maybe someone here knows the name of this print?

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    This quilt is so pretty. Have you described how you made your equilateral triangle quilts on your blog? Or, could you point me in the direction of some good directions? I love their look and would really like to make one soon. Thanks so much.


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    Carla says:

    Sew Pretty and love the colors!

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