Fabric suggestions for Triangle Frenzy Bouquet, too.
Triangle Frenzy patterns are very fabric dependent. More so than most other patterns, because the cuts are made following the printed lines, not specific sizes. This means the cutting instructions may not have measurements.
Version B with Borders
This is what to look for in a fabric:
Columns of flowers or elements with background space between the flowers and the stripe. The narrow stripe is used as outer border. (see variations below)
Version A quilt: All Over - Use only one fabric, the main border fabric.
Version B quilt: With Border - uses fabric similar to the background of the stripe.
Some images have links to their source, but availability is determined by the fabric company and the quilt shops. This is only an example of fabrics.
UPDATE: My students have discovered other fabrics that make beautiful quilts! I regretfully did not get photos of the fabrics before cutting.
A gnome fabric fussy cut to include the gnomes and mushrooms.
This ocean fabric does not have narrow and wide stripes. Just four strips 10 1/2 inches wide.
Gnomes were popular in this shop. This Halloween gnome fabric was not fussy cut and it still looks great.
This Christmas gnome fabric made a quick finished runner. No Un-Finished Object at the end of class!