Ibtreerock I love working with hoarded fabric stash! Things I bought just because I loved them (& perhaps also because they were on sale) and not for a specific project.
Love the colors together. Looking forward to seeing where this takes you!
Really love the fabrics and colors and love flying geese... Will be so fun to watch you create this one and great name! Which method are you using to make them?
True The kit pattern calls for 4 at a time, using a large square and cutting twice corner to corner for the geese. I'm having to increase the size of the 4 sky squares a tad to make it work for me. I didn't want to try another method as the kit fabric amts are based on this method.
Carolmarie Thank you - I got good results with a paper pieced set of geese when I tried it.
Will probably try it again this year.
Awesome Karen- what an amazing quilt this is becoming!
HawkFan That method would work (I think) - I'll try it on my next column. My kit instructions use the same squares, but make all the cuts first and then sew.
Wow you really made a lot of geese. They look wonderful together
This is beautiful and I can see why your daughter wants it!!
Awesome!! I really like the idea of adding a plain block to make the arrow/goose. I may steal that idea!
Love it and what a wonderful finish!
I always love all of your quilts, probably because I love your fabric choices. This is no exception! I'm making a Flying Geese quilt now for a baby quilt so not nearly as many geese as you made here. I like making them; like little presents. But I need to look into different techniques that yield more at a time AND are accurate.So far I just stick with the stitch and flip since that seems to work the best. Pinned your lovely quilt!
Beautiful finish and the backing fabric is perfect
Beautiful quilt! Love it.