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BERNINA Triangle QAL – Block 10

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With Block 9 of the BERNINA Triangle Quilt Along, we got the new year off to a cozy start. Only two blocks were needed in the new raw edge appliqué technique. It went so quickly that many of you have already begun to cut the remaining triangles.

The new block in the Triangle Quilt Along uses the same technique, which by now is a piece of cake for you. To refresh your memory:

The technique is described in detail here.

Triangle no. 10 from the Triangle Quilt Along

First, print out the attached paper pattern.

Download Block 10

Once again, cut out a standard-size triangle, a small piece of contrasting material (approx. 2″ x 2″), and a piece of Vliesofix of the same size.

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Using the newly learned technique, cut out the circle with the iron-on interfacing and use your best judgment to place it in the middle of the triangle.

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After the pattern has been ironed on, sew it on using an overcasting stitch on the sewing machine.

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We need 4 of these triangles.

Post your new circle blocks here in the Community or on Instagram.


Previous entries regarding the BERNINA Triangle Quilt-Along

Introduction and materials

Block 1

Block 2

Block 3

Block 4

Block 5

Block 6

Block 7

Block 8

Block 9

Difficulty level: Beginner
Time to Complete: Evening
Used Material: 1/4 Inch pressure foot, 60° ruler, cutting mat, Inch ruler, patchwork fabric, quilt textile, roll cutter, sewing machine, sewing thread
Used Products:
BERNINA 770 QE
BERNINA 770 QE
Reverse pattern foot # 1
Reverse pattern foot # 1

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