Pascal’s Triangle quilt update

Happy Monday everyone.  As usual the weekend wasn’t long enough and I’m not ready to return to work today. Not because I don’t like my job but instead because I had some un-stitching to do on the commissioned quilt.  It is further along than in photo above.. All I have left is a top and bottom sashing and the border blocks and I’d rather be finishing it.

My Favorite Block blog hop finish

In case you missed my Friday post, it was my day to share in the My Favorite Block blog hop.  It was one finish I had a hard time not sharing before the hop. Even with the couple mistakes I made it is one of my favorite finishes. The AccuQuilt half square triangle die made piecing all the hst’s quick and accurate.  You can see the post here.

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Quilting wasn’t a struggle at all which is not the norm for me.  It was so much fun to make that I will be making it again, the same but different. If there is enough interest perhaps I will share a tutorial on making the quilt. Would you be interested? Leave a comment saying so if that would interest you.

Island Batik September Challenge see disclosure

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The fabric is from the Summer 2019  Island Batik Islander Collection.  The colors are so rich and the color variation in the orange diamond above makes this one of my favorites.

Do you have the AccuQuilt Spider Web die and looking for a different design to make? Check back this Thursday for Put your foot down where I will share my finish. There will also be a tutorial soon for this quilt on the AccuQuilt blog.

In October- I’ll  be writing a tutorial for a table runner using the Spider Wed die and sharing it in the Witchy Stitchy blog hop hosted by Carol at Just let me quilt.


  1. That Pascal triangle quilt is so wonderful! Can’t wait for the finish. I can also see why you enjoyed making the Tiger Lily quilt–gosh that quilting is wonderful! And finally, thanks for sharing what you’re doing for the IB September challenge. Iv’e got the same die too! Love your fabric choices. Thanks for sharing everything on Wednesday Wait Loss.

    1. Thank you Jennifer. If we play around with the Spider Web die I think we can come up with more layout ideas. For next months challenge I made a runner that I absolutely LOVE with the die. Thank you for the linky party.

  2. So glad you mentioned which die you used. I’m looking forward to how you put it to use. I really LOVE my 2.5″ half square (2″ finished) multiple cuts die. I usually over cut but I know all those overcuts will definitely be put to use at some point. It’ll be fun to see how you finish Pascal’s Triangle. You’ve got so much going on and for your readers to look forward to.

    1. Unfortunately I don’t have the multiple cut die but that’s okay. Funny, I still over cut. There are a few designs I’d love to add to the Tiger Lily quilt but for it to be a manageable size I will have to use one of the smaller hst dies. Thank you for stopping by.

  3. Your quilt is lovely, love those soft colors! Looking forward to seeing how the finish of Pascal’s quit comes together, I’m sure you are too. Happy Stitching!

    1. Most definitely. The top will be finished tonight but I have no idea what I am going to do with the quilting or color of thread. Thank you for stopping by.

  4. Hi Denise! I would love to see how you made this quilt, and it sure is a beautiful finish. I am really drawn to the Pascal’s triangle block and cannot wait to see the whole piece finished. I’m sorry you had to do some ripping, darn it. The different fabrics you chose had such depth to them with rich tones. I just may have a finish to share on your link up on Thursday. Finally. ~smile~ Roseanne

    1. Oh good, I can’t wait to see it. I’m working on an idea for the tiger lily block and the idea of maybe doing a QAL, if it all works out.

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