Jane Jane’s Baskets is a 3-color, 4-fabric quilt in a horizontal setting. It measures 85 x 85 inches. My inspiration for this quilt is an antique quilt I saw on an online auction website. I pinned it to my Basket Quilts board on Pinterest. You can see it here.

This design uses the Inklingo 6″ Basket Collection. I colored the blocks in EQ7 with fabrics from Toscana by Northcott.

This quilt is named for Catherine Jane [Cormode] Williamson. Jane’s family lived near Ramsey on the Isle of Man. She was baptized 13 April 1828 at Kirk Christ Church in Lezayre. Jane was my second great grandmother. I haven’t been able to find out exactly when the Cormodes arrived in America. The earliest record I have shows them living in Rochester, New York in 1844. Sometime around 1848, Jane married William Henry Williamson. Jane and Henry had at least eight children together. Both died in their 50th year—Henry in 1875 of cholera and Jane in 1878 of albuminuria.

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Note that the Applique Border PDF was updated 29 January 2015.

Jane

Jane’s Baskets
85 x 85 inches

9020-49 Toscana Patriot Blue
9020-49 Toscana Patriot Blue

White with blue print
Dotty or Bluework fabric or something similar

9020-78 Toscana Pine9020-78 Toscana Pine

9020-10 Toscana White Picket Fence9020-10 Toscana White Picket Fence

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Inklingo 6” Basket Collection


The Inklingo Handbook

cheat-sheet
Cheat Sheet

(Download from website
or print from collection)

For more information about Inklingo, click here.

Copy the information below to a printed Cheat Sheet.
To figure fabric yardage, see the section “Planning a Quilt” in the Inklingo collection.

Fabric

Yardage

Shape

# of Shapes

Cut & Print

Page # in shape collection

Fabric 1
Blue

Handle Pieced[Optional – Not necessarily needed if back-basting] 64 10] 5 x 11″ &
1 5 x 7.75″
6″ Basket: 38 & 39
HST 1.5 Layout 1 320 13] 7.75 x 10.25″ &
1] 5.25 x 5.5″
6″ Basket: 46 & 47
Straight [center] Petal
Print @ 75% of original to create freezer paper templates]
304 Print an 8.5 x 14″ [Legal Size] Flower Back-basting page @ 75% of original on freezer paper to make applique templates 6″ Basket: 37
Left Petal
Print @ 75% of original to create freezer paper templates]
44 Print an 8.5 x 14″ [Legal Size] Flower Back-basting page @ 75% of original on freezer paper to make applique templates 6″ Basket: 37
Right Petal
Print @ 75% of original to create freezer paper templates]
44 Print an 8.5 x 14″ [Legal Size] Flower Back-basting page @ 75% of original on freezer paper to make applique templates 6″ Basket: 37

Fabric 2
White with blue print

HST 1.5 Layout 1 128 5] 7.75 x 10.25″ &
1] 5.25 x 5.5
6″ Basket: 46 & 47
HST 3 Layout 1 64 8] 8.25 x 8.5″ 6″ Basket: 50 & 51
.75″ Circles 65 1] 6.75 x 9.25″ &
1] 6.75 x 8.25″
Circles: 28 & 29
.75″ Half Circles 44 Use freezer paper templates from Flower Back-basting page printed for petals  //
Binding Strips 9 strips  //  //

Fabric 3
Green

3/8 to 1/2″ Bias Stem 450″
[generous estimate]
Jane’s Baskets Applique PDF //
Leaves 60 Jane’s Baskets Applique PDF  //

Fabric 4
White

Combo 1 Background 64 sets 32] 8.5 x 11″ 6″ Basket: 20 & 21
Cornerstones 49 3.5 x 3.5″ square [minimum size – some allow extra for shrinking during applique]  //
Sashing 112 3.5 x 6.5″ rectangle  //
Border Strips 4
[Cut length of fabric to avoid piecing]
8.5″ wide
[minimum size – some allow extra for shrinking during applique]
 //

Want to check my math? The Jane’s Baskets Math PDF is here.

Quilt blocks are pictured on the Math PDF.

Be sure to check my Basket Quilts board on Pinterest for more quilty basket inspiration.

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