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Wednesday, August 31, 2022

Tossed Triangles Quilt Tutoiral | Free Quilt Pattern | Scrap Quilt | Rotary Cutting | AccuQuilt Cutting

This is your chance to use your larger chunks of scraps. Pair light and dark fabrics with a good contrast. Use rotary cutting or the AccuQuilt Fabric Cutting System.

Finished Size - 60" x 78"

Block Size: 6" finished

Number of Blocks: 130

Setting: 10 x 13


Fabric Requirements

Light and dark scraps. Anything goes if there is good contrast between the two. For blocks, pair one light and one dark fabric about 8.5” x 16.5” each. This will make 4 blocks.

If you have fat quarters, pair one light and one dark fat quarter and that will make 8 blocks.


3/4 yds binding

Cutting and piecing 4 Blocks

  • Stack one light fabric and one dark fabric right sides together.
  • Cut the pieces acording to the diagram below.
Rotary Cutting

A - 3-7/8" square
B - 3-1/2" x 6-1/2" rectangle
C - 3-1/2" square

Make Half Square Triangles (HST)
  • Stack two 3-7/8" squares right sides together.
  • Draw a diagonal oline on the wrong side of the light fabric.
  • Stitch 1/2" on each side of the diagonal line.
  • Cut the square in half along the drawn lne to make 2 HST. Press Toward the dark fabric.
Repeat with remaining 3-7/8" squares to yield 4 HST.

AccuQuilt Cutting

A - 7" square
Place on die #55724 and cut 2 @ 3-1/2" x 6-1/2" rectangles.

B - 4" x 8" rectangle
Fold fabric in half. Place on die 55701 and cut 2 @ 3-1/2" squares.

C - 5" x 8" rectangle
Fold fabric in half. Place on die 55703 and cut 4 HST pieces.

Make HST
Sew each of the light HST pieces to a dark piece to yield 4 HST units.

Assemble the Block
Using 1 HST, 1 rectangle and 1 square, assemble the block as shown.

  • Sew the HST to the square. Press toward the square.
  • Sew the rectangle to the HST/square piece. Press toward the rectangle.
You will have 4 blocks as shown.

Assemble the Top

Sew 10 blocks together to make a row. Alternate the position of the HST as shown.

Odd Number Rows

Make 7 rows of 10 blocks
Even Number Rows

Make 6 rows of 10 blocks

Sew the rows together alternating odd and even rows.

DOWNLOAD THE PATTERN - Tossed Triangles Free Pattern

Happy quilting!

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