Triangle Jitters Quilt

Triangle Jitters Quilt

Check out this AMAZING Triangle Jitters Quilt! It makes me giddy just looking at it. The pattern is from Suzy Quilts and is a crazy fast sew! I happened to have these original Cotton & Steel fabrics laying around and new it would look so fun!

Original Cotton and Steel

I can’t even tell you where I scored these Dottie (Goldilocks and Jean Jacket) and Freshly Picked fabric but I think there are some still circulating around on Etsy and other online retailers…who knows maybe even your local quilt shop has some one their shelf? The closest fabric I found to match the background fabric I used is from Andover and it’s called Rainbow Sprinkles. The print is miniature and reads more as a neutral and is beautiful. Once again all of this was from my stash and purchased a while ago – of course I tossed the selvage before writing this blog (darn me!).


For the binding I had remaining yardage of the Jean Jacket Dottie fabric and thought that would be a lovely frame around the quilt. It would also be a high contrast to the backing fabric that I used. If I used the remaining yardage of the goldilocks color I think it would’ve clashed with the pink backing.


For the backing, I knew I wanted to keep it simple and pull out the pink from the centers of the geometric floral on the quilt top. Ruby Star Society has a lovely basics line called Spark and the metallic sparks felt like the perfect understatement for this backing.


Have I mentioned how much I love long arm quilting? For this fun quilt I wanted to play off the fun fabrics and keep things simple. I wanted to keep this quilt more whimsical and I thought the mini scallops would be perfect. I love quilting timeless pieces that are fresh and fun.

If you’d like me to help out adding quilting to your quilt check out my long arm quilting information page to send your quilt in! If you have any questions about quilting feel free to email me and I’m more than willing to help you out. There has been some great conversation around sending your quilt to a longarmer. No one’s quilts are perfect and I am happy beyond belief to get to quilt your quilts no matter if it’s your first or 100th quilt!


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