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calendar // beware the triangles of march

Beware the triangles of March. That's how that goes, right? Well, that's how March is gonna go around here, although hopefully there will be nothing to fear. I'm exploring triangles this month, and I'm very excited about a few things that I'm making, plus a special guest post.

Triangles are awesome, and they show up so much in quilty things, and plenty in embroidery too. In fact, I think I'm going to learn a lot this month, and I'll do my best to pass along what I find out!

I've already found that triangles can be used to make shamrocks, so you'll find one in this month's calendar, and we'll be making one soon if you follow along! But first, the calendars.

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To PRINT a calendar page (with a place for notes), download the March 2015 calendar page PDF.

Now, I've got a lot of triangles to play with. I'll try to work with them equilaterally!


  1. This is only slightly related. When I was pregnant with my second daughter they decided to induce labor. I was in the doctors office and they said they would induce the next day...March 15. I say "Uh oh. The Ides of March!" Nurse and doctor give a blank stare. "You know. 'Beware the Ides of March?" More blank stare. No one had heard of that.

  2. Melissa11:59 PM

    Thank you, thank you, my desktop thanks you too!

  3. HEY! This week I just learned about a technique called Trianglepoint! Perfect timing, eh? lol. AND you can use the triangles to make hexagons, which made me think of you, Mollie. ^_^

    1. I just learned about Trianglepoint too! I think we need to try it this month, right?


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