My daughter just finished up a unit in school on Native Americans, so this quilt naturally looks like a teepee city. I had no reason for making this baby size quilt, I pulled fabric and just started cutting triangles. I wanted to do an isosceles triangle this time instead of equilateral (here and here), and I like them both. The equilateral is definitely easier to cut out (with a ruler). To cut the isosceles triangles I used this ruler.
I never really know how to quilt triangle quilts, I always feel like they need some curves, but I still want the triangles to be the star.
I decided to do wavy lines, about 1/2-1 inch apart. They work great, gives it texture, but still soft.
Words for binding. I debated binding for several days, and then finally went for it with this text-y print and I think I love it. I thought it might be too much contrast with the cream next to the grey/black, but it works.