Thursday, May 14, 2015

Triangle Quilt

Here's another entry for the Geometric challenge going on over at the Winnie & Walter blog at the current Gossip column.  This time I chose triangles and paper-pieced a little quilt:

W&W Geometrics Triangles

supplies: Lawn Fawn Let's Polka Mon Amie paper pad, 1 1/4" square punch, Darice concentric circles embossing folder, Simon's mint cardstock, Winnie & Walter's The Big, the Bold and the Extras (rose and leaves), Big Bold and Happy cutaway

I punched out 1 1/4" squares of the mini dots, hearts, and striped papers in the Mon Amie pad, then manually cut those squares into triangles, and randomly pieced them back together into a square design by gluing them onto a backing cardstock.  Then I ran the finished little quilt panel through an embossing folder to give it some texture, and the feel that real quilting would give it.  Then it was just attached to my card base, and I added a Winnie & Walter flower and sentiment to finish.  

Thanks so much for stopping by!


  1. I always love your cards (and have pinned many of them to Pinterest) but my favorites are usually your quilt-inspired cards, like this pretty example. When you were making quilts, they must have been quite lovely!

  2. I would love to curl up under a pretty little quilt like this!! Love it Lin, especially the sweet polka dot rose!

  3. really pretty Lin. Just love the idea of a quilt. The colours are so gorgeous.

  4. OMG Girl Your Quilt Card is Gorgeous. WOW I so agree with Lisa I would love to curl up with your beautiful quilt too. You chose awesome papers, love the embossing folder you chose and your flower is so pretty. You truly did an outstanding creative job!! Your card is definitely a card to be treasured!!
    Lucky person who receives it...they are in for such a treat. YOU so ROCK!!

  5. Just love how you embossed the quilt - looks just like real quilting, Lin!!

  6. So soft and pretty - loving all the patterns you've been creating on this theme! Thanks for spreading The Gossip on w&w's The Gossip Column!

  7. Hi Lin. Found your card on Pinterest and was inspired to use a similar design for my TeaPot Tuesday card! You can see my interpretation at
    Thanks for inspiring me! Creative Blessings ~Kelly


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