A few years back, when I was originally creating the Pinwheel Pattern. I needed an easy way to fit more triangles into a smaller space... and the 'Prism' Fold was born!
This fold will give you an easy way to create more narrow triangles, than the more traditional Basic Triangle Fold does... but, what's even better, is that you can adjust the width of your Prism triangles, depending on the pattern you're using.
This short video will show you what I mean. 🙂
Great. Thank you!
Beautiful. Question, what size rectangle did you cut to make the Prism Fold.
Maryann, I used a 2 x 3″ rectangle… but you could do this with various sizes, depending on the pattern you’re making. 🙂
Thank you I understand
Great video. Very clear directions. Thank you for this tutorial!
All of the videos I have received from you have audio but a total black screen – I am not able to watch the video :(.
Rhonda, what browser are you using?
Is it ok if the fabric from the first fold over, folds again when you make the right hand fold? This is what happens if I want a small triangle.
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I am so sorry about any trouble! I have sent you an email so we can look into this more for you.
I haven’t purchased too many patterns yet, but does every pattern, or almost every pattern, use 2×3″ fabric pieces? I’d like to precut a lot of fabric
Hi Christine, many of our patterns do you 2×3 fabric but not all. What you can do is email us a list of patterns you’d like to purchase and we’d be happy to let you know the size of the fabric in each pattern. If you’d like. Thanks! https://ornamentgirls.com/contact/
The Flurry and the Bethlehem Star are on my list of patterns to purchase. What sizes are the pieces used? And what’s going to be used in August 2021 ornament?