Modern quilters love skewed things. Off center objects, uneven designs, crooked lines. I tend to visit their camp and hang out there. So I figured it's time to deal with this idea. It's an interesting concept and one that makes quilting a bit easier.
Well, except that you still have to apply all of the elements of design to your now-skewed quilt design.
Don't let the pretty designs fool you...it's still math! But somehow I get that the triangles are skewed, except for the equalateral triangle.
So if I mention modern quilts, should I pin some modern quilts?
Want to see more skewed quilts like these? You can start here or here. Be warned: you will fall into a rabbit hole that is very difficult to climb out of.