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Taking Names


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Triangles are everywhere these days, but most designers aren't crazy enough to want to piece the actual triangle block. I am not most designers. To me, nothing is more exciting than a pieced block of any shape, and these triangles are no exception. I love how they came together, I love the setting that revealed itself to me as I went along, and I really just love that the cover quilt was yet another successful group quilt project for EvaPaige Quilt Designs, my pattern company. Like its big sister pattern "Kickin' Stash", "Taking Names" can be made either totally scrappy or a little bit more planned scrappy. The setting on the cover is really just the beginning of what this pattern can do; once you make the block, I know you will find dozens of new settings that make it even more fantastic! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Search through your scraps to find those that will pop when put together Rotary cutting Use a 60 degree line on a ruler to cut and trim SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Three sizes, Baby 46" x 60", Twin 63" x 92", and Queen 80" x 92"

Supplies Needed

  • Ruler with a 60 degree line
  • Varying amounts of scrap and background fabrics (see pattern supply list)
  • Quarter inch foot for your sewing machine is nice to have, although optional

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I probably started sewing as a measure of self defense; if my mom was busy teaching me about 5/8" seams and casings for elastics, there was no way she could whip up yet another set of matching floor length gowns for my sister and I to wear while posing for photos at the local Sears photo studio. While my mom sewed all manner of things, quilts were never one of them. I discovered quilting on my own in 1995, and like most new quilters, my first can be considered a horrific monstrosity. Several years and much more talent later, I started to design my own patterns, and in 2005 launched EvaPaige Quilt Designs. My design style is one of "fun over fuss", and I unapologetically preach the gospel of "Perfection is Overrated" through my trunk show and on my Quilting Hottie Haven blog. Quilting isn't mean to be hard or frustrating, and with every pattern I try to help the user focus on enjoying the creative process rather than becoming annoyed by too many matching points and seams. I tend to shy away from trends; I design what I love and have a hard time conforming to what's hot in the quilting world. Other than me, of course. On a more personal note, my husband and I have three young daughters, twins Eva and Paige, my mini-mes and company namesakes, and Greta, who will likely be in therapy because her name only appears on a pattern, not as part of the true EPQD empire. We live in a pretty town northwest of Boston MA that I promise you have never heard of and where you don't even need a clear day to see New Hampshire, where all five of us pretty much live our lives covered in thread scraps.