Last November Quilt in a Day sent us some great rulers for giveaways and a money saving online code. Sorry if you didn't take advantage of the great code, but it is expired now. I did a post here showing everyone how fantastic the rulers are. They also sent A Quilt in a Day kit for me to assemble and write a review on. Here we are several months later and I am finally done. Not because the kit wasn't amazingly easy, but because life happened all at once in the following months after I received it. My apologies go out to the Quilt in a Day company for my slowness!
fabric line you need to check it out. Proceeds benefit different charities depending on which collection you purchase.
In the kit was a charm pack, extra precut squares for part of the project, strips for two separate borders, binding strips and the instructions; it all came in a reusable clear plastic zip up bag. There are instructions for a wall hanging, lap quilt, table runner or set of six place mats. It was hard for me to choose between the table runner and place mats! My table runner is slightly different than the one in the instructions.
ruler when squaring the points up.
You can buy Quilt in a Day products online, where they also offer free patterns, or in most quilting stores and I highly recommend you try them out; you won't regret it!
To Quilt in a Day: Thank you so much for the great products that you put out. You truly are my favorite quilting company and your products have helped make me a better quilter.