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The On the 60 Quilt Kit includes fabric for the quilt top and binding featuring fabric from Nuncia by Pat Bravo for Art Gallery Fabrics.

Finished quilt size is 70″ x 96″.

The pattern for On the 60 can be found in the book Simple Quilts for the Modern Home by Stephanie Soebbing and must be purchased separately at this link.

This pattern also uses a 60-degree equilateral triangle ruler, like the Clearview Triangle, which you can purchase by clicking here.

About On the 60

On the 60 is perfect for anyone who has been wanting to give equilateral triangles, or 60-degree triangles, a go but have been intimidated by them.

I just love equilateral triangles because they look so fancy and advanced, but they’re not that bad once you break them down.

On the 60 from my first book, “Simple Quilts for the Modern Home” is the perfect beginner 60-degree triangle pattern. The triangles are big and they are sewn together in horizontal rows, which makes it about as easy as you can get.

As always we cover everything you need to know in detail in the video. I go over which ruler to use, how to cut, how to sew them together, press and pin to get perfect points every time.

1 in stock (can be backordered)

Sku:QAA-KIT-ON60

$107.00

1 in stock (can be backordered)

The On the 60 Quilt Kit includes fabric for the quilt top and binding featuring fabric from Nuncia by Pat Bravo for Art Gallery Fabrics.

Finished quilt size is 70″ x 96″.

The pattern for On the 60 can be found in the book Simple Quilts for the Modern Home by Stephanie Soebbing and must be purchased separately at this link.

This pattern also uses a 60-degree equilateral triangle ruler, like the Clearview Triangle, which you can purchase by clicking here.

About On the 60

On the 60 is perfect for anyone who has been wanting to give equilateral triangles, or 60-degree triangles, a go but have been intimidated by them.

I just love equilateral triangles because they look so fancy and advanced, but they’re not that bad once you break them down.

On the 60 from my first book, “Simple Quilts for the Modern Home” is the perfect beginner 60-degree triangle pattern. The triangles are big and they are sewn together in horizontal rows, which makes it about as easy as you can get.

As always we cover everything you need to know in detail in the video. I go over which ruler to use, how to cut, how to sew them together, press and pin to get perfect points every time.

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