Nicholas R. Ball used many, many triangles in his exploration of color in his quilt, Triangle Colour Study III. He was attempting to blend four specific colors through the use of multiple-sized triangles to cause movement and shape. It is a wonderful study of improv piecing and design.

Triangle Colour Study III by Nicholas R. Ball of Cardiff, United Kingdom was featured in the Improvisation category, sponsored by Gotham Quilts, at QuiltCon 2020.

Photos by Mary Kay Davis

#13 activequilter 2020-05-23 18:24
This looks like castles to me. Lovely.
#12 Bev Harden 2020-05-23 08:58
Made me smile !
#11 artsyal 2020-05-22 14:25
Very unique. Looks like a village to me. Love the colors and the quilting.
#10 Claudia W 2020-05-22 13:36
This is the best quilt!!! I love the color and the movement of it. I really want to try my hand at something like it...only maybe smaller.
#9 Marie Z Johansen 2020-05-22 13:21
What a work of art! Brilliant!
#8 pennylm 2020-05-22 11:57
Really enjoyed this quilt, Nicholas. Great design and flow.
#7 Linda Brewer 2020-05-22 10:37
#6 Janet Moyer 2020-05-22 07:42
This quilt has so much flow and control even though it is improve. There certainly is a ton of quilting. I love this quilt!
#5 Laura L Barnes 2020-05-22 06:59
This quilt reminds me of a mythical village at sunset. Love it!
#4 Pam_Gantz 2020-05-22 06:35
I loved this quilt wine I saw it in his book and was amazed when I saw it at Quiltcon!
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