Quilting with Rulers on the Big Block Baby Quilt

Baby Abigail is smiling because her auntie is nearly done with her quilt. At least that's what I think she's saying.

I just had to do some ruler work and more detailed filler work on the solid triangle points. You can see in the picture below that I mark my corners when doing this work. Ninety degree corners are easier to estimate, but in triangle corners, I need a little help to know where to turn.

 I had originally decided to just do this triangle in the center of the four solid blue triangles, but I decided to have a little fun.

quilting with rulers with Westalee ruler foot

I used the 6 inch star from TopAnchor for the next one. I shot a video of some of this and will post in in the next couple of days.

I love how it turned out! The next one is getting a big letter 'A' in the center. I used a Bohin white mechanical pencil for marking on this dark blue.

Don't forget we're still in the middle of a blog hop featuring several Craftsy instructors. If you haven't entered my giveaway yet, click here and fill out the form to enter! A Westalee Ruler Foot Starter Kit is one prize and 3 rulers are in the second price pack.

Here are the blog hop stops:

Monday, December 7 
Jackie Kunkel  - Canton Village Quilt Works 
Kate Colleran - Seams Like a Dream   
Tuesday, December 8 
Wendy Gardiner - I sew  
Wednesday, December 9 
Maureen Cracknell - Maureen Cracknell Handmade 
Thursday, December 10 
Jan Newton - Newton Custom Interiors  
Friday, December 11 
Laura Nownes - See How We Sew  
Saturday, December 12 
Kelly Ashton - Kelly Quilter  
Sunday, December 13 
Lindsey Stephens - Poetry In Yarn 

I'm loving this big block baby quilt! So fast and easy to work up, though I did find I could use a bigger cutting ruler for some of these pieces. Have you done a big block quilt yet? Let me know in the comments. Feel free to share this post or the giveaway post itself!

1 comment:

  1. Baby Abigail is adorable! She will so love the quilt her auntie made for her.