Many of you have paid your rent by offering tuffet classes. Erin Underwood’s round tuffet that can be made in an afternoon has been in the top 100 patterns since it’s release two years ago,
So when she came to us and wanted to do a 22-1/2 degree ruler so she could create a square tuffet, we were in!
This triangle has the same markings as her 15-degree triangle plus some additional angle markings which are referred to in patterns to create more intricate designs.
Sixteen triangles create a “circle” or Dresden. Or use it to create a frequent bucket list contender – the Dahlia. Or create a quilt in an afternoon with Sassy Tumblers.
Or create a table runner and matching place mats with this Cut Loose Press™ pattern.
Karen Bennett of Nellie’s Needle loved it so much, she designed three patterns around it…
The patterns are selling out quickly, but don’t worry! More are expected any day!