I’m in McCall’s Quilting!–Triangle Toss Quilt

I am so excited to finally be able to share with you my Triangle Toss Quilt in McCall’s Quilting May/June 2012 issue.  I thoroughly love this quilt. =)  Don’t be intimidated by all of those triangles–this quilt comes together very easily.

For my Triangle Toss Quilt I used a fun mix of Art Gallery Pure Elements fabrics.  Now, I know that you have heard me wax poetic about these solids before, but seriously guys…they are amazing…the hand, the depth of color…I could go on.

Photo Courtesy of McCalls Quilting

 Angela quilted this quilt for me and she did another amazing job!

 The pattern is available in the issue just now hitting stores–the May/June 2012 issue.  Kits for this quilt are also available here.

Comments (41)

  • congratulations! that is so way cool. 🙂

  • Really, Really pretty! I like how you quilted it with lines, my favorite way too. Great work.

  • AWESOME! I really love it!

  • Looks great …….congratulations…another to add to my list of ‘to dos’!!!!! 🙂
    sugary hugs
    Wendy :O)

  • LOVE it looks so easy and fun, and yes pretty, Geese were my favorite,,,,

  • Congratulations! I love those fabrics…I happen to have a few of them in my stash! 🙂

  • Oh my goodness! I have this thing for triangles lately!

  • Wow, I love this quilt design. Now, I’ll purchase the mag, for sure.

  • Congratulations!!! That is one pretty, and colorful, quilt…love it!!! TFS

  • What a fun quilt! I love it! Congratulations on getting published, again!

  • It is fantastic!!! I love it!!! Way to go Corey!!!

  • How fun for you. A great quilt, I will have to look for that issue.

  • Congratulations!

  • Just discovered you and am so glad I did. Looked thru your quilts and each one is better than the next. Your eye for color and pattern are amazing. Thanks for all the eye candy!

  • Perfect, just perfect!!

  • I like that a lot. There are times when you just want simple yet stunning.

  • Got mine in the mail yesterday & I was totally smitten with your quilt! Beautiful!

  • What a stunning quilt!!! Congratulations!

  • Congrats! I agree that the fabric is amazing–and what a beautiful and stunning quilt.

  • Congratulations! Very nice quilt! Love the colors!

  • Still love to see everything you make!! 🙂

  • Beautiful! I congratulate

  • What fun! Triangles make me break out in hives – so what patterns am I drawn to and which blocks do I swear I’ll never do again? You guessed it! I’ll look for your pattern when my mag comes. Congratulations.

  • congrats! such a fun, happy quilt.

  • What an amazing quilt and what an amazing honor. Congrats. Can’t wait to get my copy. I can so see this quilt on my to do list.

  • Well I can see why your quilt was picked to showcase – great job! I’m looking forward to buying a copy of the magazine.

  • Beautiful! Like an Easter basket with triangular jelly beans.

  • Congratulations! How exciting for you.

  • It’s just gorgeous!! Congrats!

  • !!! I love it so much, the pure elements fabric colors are so perfect. beautiful and congrats!

  • Pretty, pretty quilt!

  • Congrats! Can’t wait to get my hands on a copy 🙂 Oh, and there is a correction online, so you may want to post that.

  • […] Corey’s quilt Triangle Toss, which I quilted, is in the May/June 2012 issue of McCall’s Quilting! Photo Courtesy of McCall's Quilting […]

  • I love this quilt. I saw it in the magazine and love how you used such bright colors.

  • I have been following your blog and read McCall’s Quilting. Loved the quilt when I saw it in the magazine, didn’t realize it was yours till I read your blog today. Congrats on being published 🙂

  • I can’t believe I missed this. So Awesome. I love the solids. Congratulations!!!

  • gorgeous quilt – I actually saw this last night in an email I got from Quilter’s Club of America and have the kit on my to be purchased this week list 🙂

  • Just love it – you many not know it, but you are channeling the late great Doreen Speckmann. Your Triangle Toss is the reincarnation of “Peaky and Spike” – though the angles on those triangles are definitely a little bit different. What ARE those angles, where is my protractor?!
    I think I’d rather strip and cut with the rotary cutter, so I’m gonna definitely find my old templates from Doreen Speckmann… thanks for reminding me of this wonderful old way to play with triangles, by turning them into a square block!

    • How fun!–If you happen to have any links to her work I’d love to see it!–I tried googling her but I didn’t have any luck.

  • I made this quilt for a friend’s baby. It was fairly easy and turned out GREAT. Thanks for the pattern!

  • Lovely quilt. Very bright and cheery.

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