The Triangle in a square quilt block (aka 'Spikey and Peak') is a good old fashioned quilt block made so much easier over the years with new templates and tools.
Probably for the most accurate piecing, using a paper foundation would be the best.
Cake stand quilts has a great tutorial for using a whole square foundation and adding the wing triangles in a sew and flip method.
If you want to make your own template, this link will help.
I had really good results with Studio 180 V block trimmer when doing celtic solstice. She has you make it bigger and then trim down - bummer but nice finished block.
And Bonnie Hunter has a method using her new essential triangle tool which is a combination of Sharon Hultgren's easy triangle tool and companion angle. BTW my easy angle and companion angle tool still have her name on them as I bought them from her at a trade show when she first designed them in the 90s. We still owe her a debt of gratitude for introducing these great tools.
I am anxious to take Bonnie's tool for a test drive but not yet. This block and I have not been friends yet.
my wish for a way to cut these out..... Accuquilt studio die, but alas it is 95.00 and not on sale. It was on sale last week but not this week. sigh....
So my progress of En Provence and clue #1-
I have all 221 neutral 4 patches for the bright colorway and all 221 neutral 4 patches for the civil war colorway done. and in their little homes.
For Clue #2, I have all of the bright colorway triangle in a squares cut out of a variety of neutrals and my magenta.
I am keeping up so far. hooray
I am linking to:
Moving it Forward Monday
Main Crush Monday