To make the top on the wall behind me, you will need several primary wide tubes.
For tip angle 90 degrees: use strip width 4+1/32 inches, scooting offset 0, tube width 2 + 31/32 inches, edge shift 1 + 1/16 inches. I used 6 dark and 6 light strips.
For tip angle 45 degrees: strip width 4 + 5/16 inches, scooting offset 3 + 13/16 inches, tube width 3 + 23/32 inches, edge shift 5/16 inch. I used 4 dark and 4 light strips.
For tip angle 30 degrees: strip width 4 + 9/32 inches, scooting offset 6 + 17/32 inches, tube width 3 + 7/8 inches, edge shift DOWN 3/32 inch. I used 3 dark and 3 light strips.
To get the full width in a streamlined way, I used a method that I call multi-tape (inspired by bias tape construction). I plan to make a video on the multi-tape method.
The 60-degree triangles are not in the quilt behind me, but the necessary numbers for a compatible row for them are: strip width 4 + 9/32 inches, scooting offset 2 + 3/16 inches, tube width 3 + 17/32 inches, edge shift 9/16 inch. And I would use 4 dark and 4 light strips, which can contribute up to four rows to the quilt.