Today, I present the Feather Practice Series, Part 7. This quilting feather handout shows you four different ways to feather an inset triangle space on a quilt top. Any of these feathers, quilted in all the inset triangles on a quilt top, will flow visually from triangle to triangle. It will also draw the eye around the quilt and provide some beautiful texture, too.
featherpracticehandout7 (pdf) (Right click to download. You will need a PDF reader)
Above are 4 different variations of my inset triangle feathers. Below is the 2nd page, which is where you will practice drawing on:
Note, too, that you can just feather the outer side of the spine for a different look.
You may also decide to fill the blank space with curved cross-hatching or other fill, too, like I have drawn below:
Hope you are enjoying my Feather Practice Series! I have enjoyed all the quilters who have taken the time to comment, contact me via email or tell me they are loving it. I appreciate your kind words! In case you missed an earlier Feather Practice, here are the links:
Have fun PPP- which means Practice, Practice, Practice! Now go forth and feather! Carla