I had seen a mat made with isosceles triangles and spent some time perfecting how to make one. Drawing the 60 degree angles was my starting point, but it just would not fit into a "S" bend. I then realised if you cut 1/4 inch off where the triangle on the turn meets the others BINGO a nice fit. I made a few samples in different sizes as a trial.
|Pauline concentrating on cutting a straight line|
|Christine working out her stripes|
|Penny at the cutting mat|
|Some of the finished "S" bend triangle mats.|