The geese are flying again!
Regular readers may remember that I began working on Geese Migration (a Cynthia Brunz design) earlier in the year.
|Geese on the Move (a/k/a Geese Migration)|
Fast-forward to last Saturday. Two people at the St. Louis MQG showed their versions of the quilt and I was inspired to dig mine out when I got home on Sunday. However, the 25 (or more) FQs that I bought in Paducah and immediately washed/ironed/folded were still in a sack on the floor that I have been tripping over since the end of April.
Desperate to figure out where I stood, I paired up kits and blocks with matching sky in the geese block (didn't want more than 2 of each color). Then I unfolded and cut a 2-1/2" strip from each new FQ. From there I cut 2 geese (Companion Angle), 2 right triangles (Easy Angle - for future use) and 4 squares.
|Blocks and kits in baggies|
|Extra geese and sky being auditioned|