Donation Quilt – Done!

PHD in 2018

Another baby quilt for the guild is Done, Done, Done!  This quilt has been sitting in my “to-do” pile since last fall.  The guild had a “Baby Quilt Kit Making” day.  It’s always fun to go and kit up fabric that is not my own!  I made a couple of kits, but I brought this one home with me.  While I was at my sister’s, I realized that I needed an Easy Angle to make the half-square triangles.  I had cut strips that were 5″ wide and didn’t have enough to sew squares in half … My sister phoned her neighbour to ask if she had an Easy Angle.  She did!  BONUS!  I quickly put on my parka, my mitts, my extra leggings, extra socks and  went over to her house to get the ruler.  It made short work of the half square triangles.

This is UFO #8!!!!


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24 thoughts on “Donation Quilt – Done!

  1. It’s lovely! That’s a fabulous pattern, do you know what it is? I’m always looking for patterns that work well with novelty fabric and this one looks fun!


  2. Very cute and fast baby quilt. Oooh if only I had more time to make all the cute quilts I see on the web!! The Easy Angle is a must in everyone’s sewing room. That is a Bonnie Hunter favorite and she uses it almost in every mystery quilt she does. There are 2 sizes too.


    • Hi Dar … it is a quick, cute quilt! I taught a class using the Easy Angle … I had the 6.5″ and the 4.5″ ones … one of the class participants came with a 10.5″ one!! Can’t see that I’d ever use one that big! It’s from Bonnie Hunter that I learned how to use it. Happy Quilting! 🙂


  3. Another lovely quilt Gail. Whats so special about an easy angle ruler? I have a few specialty rulers (will be takking about them in my next post actually) but i don’t have that one. It must be sumfin special to hold up progress on a quilt…


  4. Hi Gail,
    You are down to only 20 UFOs now and it’s still the first week of February. Great job! I have had this pattern on my list of quilts to make some day. I love how yours turned out. ~smile~ Roseanne


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