At a quilt camp in the Spring of 2016, in the NC Mountains, Sue Bouchard of Quilt In A Day gave a workshop on her pattern “Tribe.” The quilt consisted of many blocks using various techniques. One technique I learned was how to make flying geese in a new way using the mini geese rulers. Another focus of the design of the blocks was fussy cutting. I had some adorable fabric with pups and kittens in my stash and decided to go with it.
If you look closely you can see the little fish bones in the left kitty fabric and the little fish in the fabric in the block on the right – such fun!
The little paw prints and bones are just great on the doggie fabrics. I love the bright orange against the royal blue.
I have finished twenty blocks and decided it was time to put them together! I didn’t want to do just plain sashing, so after looking at many quilt settings on (you probably guessed it!) Pinterest, I sketched my plan with dimensions and gave it to hubby to put it on EQ. I can never minimize how delighted I am that he learned this program and does this for me! Sometimes it’s such a treat to be spoiled and it’s a great way for him to share in my obsession passion. The plan is to finish assembling this quilt top on Friday at a sew-in. Would love to keep with this plan!!