Follow along as the The Fons & Porter staff teach you how cutting setting triangles can be a piece of cake. Setting triangles are used in quilts that are set “on-point,” meaning that the quilt block is rotated 90 degrees. The setting triangles do what their name sounds like: they “set” the basis for the quilt blocks that are connected to them. Trying to cut setting triangles using the Fons & Porter Easy Diagonal Sets Ruler is a breeze and highly reccomend. Jean and Colleen suggest cutting a corner setting triangle first to make efficient cuts.
About Cutting Setting Triangles
Learn How To Do This Quilting Technique
In this quilting tutorial, you’ll learn to cut the correct size setting squares and triangles for an on-point layout using the Fons & Porter Easy Diagonal Sets Ruler. If you’re looking for another quilting video tutorial on a particular technique, check out our Sew Easy lessons to find it there.