Easy piecey! This week Angela’s keepin’ it fun and fresh with a mod triangles quilt that’s simple to put together. Get the pattern + a bonus machine quilting video below 👇
See how Angela quilts this Mod Triangle quilt in this BONUS episode → https://craftsy.me/2tkUywk
Want to make your own Mod Triangles Quilt? Get the quilt kit here → https://craftsy.me/2JWwsPA
Or download the pattern here! → https://craftsy.me/2K0Fpr9
PLUS...Angela’s got a brand new show → TRUE UP: Behind the Seams with Angela Walters!
From juggling family life, to managing a farm, and running her small business, find out what Angela is up to when she isn’t quilting at midnight. Watch the first episode here → https://craftsy.me/2JRs7kU
/// More Quilting Resources ///
Try Angela’s quilting class, “Help! How Do I Quilt It?” → https://craftsy.me/2tmWoNl
Plus, find tons of great quilting resources for beginners and advance quilters in Craftsy Unlimited. Including 7 classes by Angela herself! Check it out here → https://craftsy.me/2I4tff7
/// Featured in this Episode ///
60 Degree Corner Trimer → https://craftsy.me/2MGQfnN
/// Midnight Quilt Show Must-Have Quilting Supplies ///
- Handiquilter Sewing Machine
- Craftsy Pima Thread → https://craftsy.me/2taivqS
- Olfa Splash 45mm Rotary Cutter → https://craftsy.me/2lhGSPc
- Creative Grids Rulers → https://craftsy.me/2M4y2zt
- Olfa Gridded Cutting Mat → https://craftsy.me/2JOGLJq
- Omnigrid Foldaway Cutting and Ironing Mat → https://craftsy.me/2JRWVSv
- Steamfast Travel Steam Iron → https://craftsy.me/2M7KqPx
- Machingers Quilting Gloves → https://craftsy.me/2K1rqob
- Batting → https://craftsy.me/2ll3YnU
About the show
Say hello to the Midnight Quilt Show, a YouTube series that celebrates late-night stitches, taking shortcuts and sewing in your PJs! Each week, host Angela Walters will bring you a quick and quippy breakdown of a brand new quilt… wine not included.
About the host
Meet our very own Midnight Quilter, designer Angela Walters — known for serious skills and quilter-ly quirks. Each week she brings you her new “quilt of the hour”, sharing the scoop on how she tackles perfectly-pieced points or fab free-motion.
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