This is a seriously clever pattern and has been a hit for many years. I have been trying to get hold of the pattern but it is only available in print and has been hard to track down. I managed to get the ruler that is needed, a 10 degree wedge ruler (actually, the pattern calls for a 9 degree wedge ruler, but the difference is not an issue) pretty cheaply for $20 at the Heritage Quilt Show in May and waited patiently until I could find the pattern. Then guess what - yep, it was one of the patterns offered by My Sewing Room. Woohoo! After rummaging through my stash I was able to use up 8 fat quarters in blue and yellow. To be fair, you do not use up all the fabric in the fat quarters, so more scraps to play with!
This is where I have got to so far - I 'just' need to quilt and bind it:
The wrinkly white fabric is the batting, I'll trim it up after quilting.
Doesn't this look super complicated? Actually it isn't. It really is very simple. All straight line sewing. The key is the wedge ruler and the cut pieces. If you get a chance to try this pattern out - I would highly recommend it.
Do you have any 'go to' patterns that are a lot easier than they look?