A few more projects made by others using the wonky triangles pattern . . .

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When I asked for pattern testers, I really wasn't sure who I was going to get.  I was just utterly grateful that anyone was willing to take time out of their day to work on a project of mine.  I asked them to make a minimum of one panel, and when I found out that they were doing more than that, I was blown away!  These ladies are so talented, and I will be forever grateful for their helpfulness.

The common response I received from these ladies was, "This was such a fun pattern."  And they even mentioned to me they look forward to using it again to make more awesome stuff.  How cool is that?!

I wanted to share with you the ladies who volunteered and what they came up with.  What's interesting is everyone did something different with their project.

Sarah, who also lives in North Carolina like me, writes the blog Stitching and Bacon.  She whipped up a quick zipper pouch.  I'm a big fan of blue, and I really like how this came out!  And check out her stamped name.  :)

Find Stitching and Bacon elsewhere: Instagram

Courtney, from Mon Petit Lyons, made a border for a quilt top she's currently working on.  That was one of the first things I thought of when creating this pattern, and I was so happy to see that she utilized the pattern for that.  Isn't this quilt top so cheery?  I'm excited to see it finished!

You can find Mon Petit Lyons elsewhere:  Etsy, Spoonflower, and Bloglovin'

Katie, another North Carolina resident, writes the blog Karma Willow Designs, decided to sew up a quick and cheerful mug rug for work.  Even her mouse cord matches the binding!  Can you believe I've only ever made one mug rug in my life, and it still needs to be bound.  Yikes.  Mug rugs, or even mini quilts, are a great way to start small with a pattern, and this one is no exception.  Great job Katie!

Find Karma Willow Designs elsewhere:  Bloglovin', and Instagram

Tara, from Mommy Head Adventures, made a mini quilt.  I'm thinking she was inspired by the upcoming holidays.  Many people commented in the giveaway they would love to use this during Christmastime, and I think Tara has showed us a good example!

You can find Mommy Head Adventures elsewhere: Twitter, Facebook, Google +, Pinterest

Karin, from Leigh Laurel Studios, made this darling pillow cover.   I love her use of color, and I like how my eyes travel around the pillow.

Find Leigh Laurel Studios elsewhere: Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter

Make sure to check out these talented ladies.  They did such a fine job, and I feel so blessed that wonderful, creative people took up on my offer to test my pattern.

Want to make something using the wonky triangles pattern?  Did you already use the pattern?

You can buy the pattern on CRAFTSY OR ETSY for $1.99.


A special thank you goes out to Mon Petit Lyons, Stitching and Bacon, Karma Willow Designs, Mommy Head Adventures, and Leigh Laurel Studios for testing out the pattern.

Another thank you goes out to all those who have already purchased the pattern.  I hope you will share with me how these wonky triangles have inspired you!


xx nancy

1 comment:

  1. How great to see what everyone else came up with! Thanks again for letting me test the pattern!


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