I love the way this quilt turned out! I've been hanging on to these fabrics waiting for the right pattern for them and I think this one was perfect.
I found the pattern very quick and easy and I would definitely use it again for a quick quilt. It's raining outside, but I wanted to photograph this so badly, I hung it on the fence in the rain. If I have a nice sunny day soon, I'll take some prettier photos and replace these.
My only suggestion if you are going to make this quilt is that you cut the 2" sashing strips into four equal pieces (2" x 4/WOF) rather than trim them down to 2 x 10". There were a couple of places where the strip needed to be further to one side of the wedge than the other and if I hadn't trimmed them down, I would have had extra fabric on each end. Hopefully that will make sense as you are making the pattern.
It's a little hard to see the stitching in this photo (click on it to see the bigger version), but I usually avoid this type of stitching because I'm, afraid of waving puckers. In this case, it worked beautifully! I also used Warm & White for the first time since I have a solid white back and I love the pure white. It's not even the slightest bit yellow.
Thanks to Elizabeth for a fabulous new pattern!