You can see a a shed load of these on here - there are so many - and with EPP (English Paper Piecing) you can make any shape you like without worrying about Y seams - as long as you are not in a hurry. A little bit obsessed with these patterns. They seem to rattle around in my tiny brain until I can process them. This is a six-fold pattern based on a 60 degree equilateral triangle but there are many more complex ones. I just might have a go at doing some more of these and perhaps join them together. Or not. Dithering as usual.
The finished piece is just the right size for a Miss Ted quilt - so she is borrowing it for a while. It might also make a cushion / pillow or a wall hanging. I like the way the different blues show up in this photo.
At the moment there are no quilts or minis on my walls. No room really. But I have also to admit that I have rationalised my fabric addiction guilt by telling myself that everything I make has to be useful. Otherwise I'll be knee deep in it and own a hundred cats. Anyone else share that problem?
Hmm. The Germans would have one word for fabric addiction guilt. How about Stoffgiftschuld?