Category Archives: free-motion

Jane A. Stickle Quilt right side triangle 1

This was an easy triangle.

Susan Gatewood’s pattern has 3 pieces that are stitched together.

This is piece one.

The only advice for the other two pieces is make sure the rectangles are long enough.

Stitch and trim.

Attach the sides at the end.

Where to get the Jane A. Stickle Quilt patterns

Susan Gatewood’s paper foundation . All patterns are free though Susan says “I only ask that you consider making a donation to the Bennington Museum, in Bennington, Vermont. And if you do, it would make me tremendously happy if you would tell them that you have received help from me.” I totally recommend Susan’s patterns as they are very easy to use.

Virtual quilt

See all blocks I’ve done together in a larger size.

Jane A. Stickle Quilt bottom row triangle 1

This is a very easy triangle. The easiest triangle so far. It is also very pretty.

Measure and cut your pieces.

Stitch starting at the base as per order in pattern.

Trim and stitch the sides at the end.

It’s quite nice having an easy block to work with from time to time. I still like the challenge of the hard ones but it’s nice to just breeze through some of them.

Where to get the Jane A. Stickle Quilt patterns

Susan Gatewood’s paper foundation . All patterns are free though Susan says “I only ask that you consider making a donation to the Bennington Museum, in Bennington, Vermont. And if you do, it would make me tremendously happy if you would tell them that you have received help from me.” I totally recommend Susan’s patterns as they are very easy to use.

Virtual quilt

See all blocks I’ve done together in a larger size.

Jane A. Stickle Quilt top row triangle 1

This triangle was relatively simple to make.

I measured the width and length of all strips and added 3/8 in to each side and cut all the required pieces.

I stitched the two coloured strips first. I pressed the seam open to avoid bulky seams as much as possible.

And started stitching at the middle.

And then on each side.

Until I finished. I was a bit short on the white strips so ensure you measure well past the seam allowance.

I added the top strip and bottom triangle at the end.

Trim off excess fabric.

Where to get the Jane A. Stickle Quilt patterns

Susan Gatewood’s paper foundation . All patterns are free though Susan says “I only ask that you consider making a donation to the Bennington Museum, in Bennington, Vermont. And if you do, it would make me tremendously happy if you would tell them that you have received help from me.” I totally recommend Susan’s patterns as they are very easy to use.

Virtual quilt

See all blocks I’ve done together in a larger size.