One tip if you're going to make these - and I think you should - is that a 23" x 2.25" strip of bias-cut binding works well. I cut a 23" strip of binding and use the Binding Tool by TQM to cut the 45 degree angled edges. I sew the angled edges of the binding together, press, pin liberally, and machine stitch the binding on.
I sent the chocolate sprinkle donuts to my brother-in-law and his family just in time for National Donut Day. I had a hunch they would not let the day go uncelebrated. They didn't :)
The rainbow sprinkle donuts are for my family. We also couldn't let National Donut Day go uncelebrated - we made a brief stop at a Dunkin Donuts on our way to Mystery Cave State Park. Big chain donuts are ok in a pinch, but my all-time favorite donuts are the cherry and blueberry cake donuts from Donutland in Iowa. I've searched for a comparable Minneapolis/St. Paul donut shop and Granny's Donuts comes pretty close. I still go back to Donutland every chance I get, though.