Bonnie Hunter is making lozenges for her leader-ender project, and the antique quilt that inspired her is the same one that I copied several years ago. I started it here, and finished it here, and quilted it here. Then it went off to be photographed for Homespun magazine,
and was published in Vol. 114, sometime in 2012.
Sad to say, it's never been on my bed, not with my gallumping great fool of a dog leaping onto the bed several times a day. She likes to scritch around in the quilts and make a nest for herself, and that's not going to happen to my nice quilts.
I realised I never photographed it truly finished, so that's what I did this morning, down in the shed.
Creative Grids House ruler, and cut the 1.5" triangles with the Go Cutter. The instructions in the magazine are for flippy corners, because not everyone would have access to the tools I used for mine. And flippy corners are free, and very simple. My method was simple and easy, but not cheap. So if you want to sew along with Bonnie, and use her method, the rectangles would be 8" x 3.5", and the squares for the flippy corners 2".