How to make quarter square triangles from squares
Piecing triangles can be a nightmare. Sewing on the bias can stretch out the seam, warping the block, getting the points all out of whack and giving you a block that doesn’t lie flat or piece together properly.
That’s why I developed a Triangle Boot Camp class, teaching methods where all the triangles are made from squares. You sew first and cut second. That keeps the fabric stable, which makes for more accurate piecing and points that end up where they are supposed to be.
Plus, when you make quarter square triangles using this method, you’ll get four quarter square triangles for every unit you piece. That makes piecing go very fast.
Use the video tutorial to tackle that triangle quilt you’ve always wanted to make, or download the pattern I designed especially for Triangle Boot Camp.
Other Triangle Boot Camp videos:
How to make no-waste flying geese unites from squares