The Geese are Flying!

thumbnail_img_1702.jpgBusy week – blowing leaves, Thanksgiving, decorating the house and family.  I did manage, however, to work on the flying geese for my Tula Strings quilt.  I sewed two cutoffs together and from that made the flying geese using a paper piece pattern I drew on EQ.  What I love about this is the accuracy.

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I narrowed the inner border and the geese borders are on three sides.  One more to go – yippee! Then, unfortunately, it will go to the land of unquilted flimsies until next year. This will make five flimsies and there are 3 Hospice flimsies.  There’s also a quilt at the Jazz that I’m slowly getting quilted.  It will be a joy to get this one to the stage of binding.

I keep telling myself “One Quilt at a Time.” Except it’s always many more than that!

 

Linking up with:   Oh Scrap!, Needle & Thread Thursday

8 responses »

  1. I LOVE THIS!!!! Yes, I’m shouting. Looks really good and I love Tula fabrics.

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  2. Good progress. Both quit tops will be lovely quilts… Eventually!! When the mid to quilt strikes, you’ll be ready. :o))

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  3. Perfect choice for the border. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  4. All those beautiful colors….such an inspiration! And paper-pieced to boot! Thanks Joyce Linda C Sent from my iPad

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  5. What a beautiful bright quilt.

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  6. springleafstudios

    Love your strings quilt. Especially the mix of solids and prints. I’m hoping to make one next year with my stash.

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  7. Hi! Do you have a pattern? I would love to make one like this but it would be great with a pattern.
    Thanks, Judy

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