A nice finish. This giant flying geese was shamelessly copied from a quilt I saw last fall at market in Houston
I think it was at the cotton and steel booth, but I can't remember. Let me know if you do.
"Quilt in a day's" ruler wasn't even big enough for what I wanted. I attained the services of my "genius math quilter friend" (thank you mk) to help make those big geese. (which means the process was painful and a big blur, so please don't ask :)
patiently waiting on the banister for it's turn on the hq sweet sixteen.
Do you remember the post back here about my trip to Mexico where I took pictures of free motion quilting ideas?
simple log cabin design:
I lost probably 10 inches off the width and length.
a rotation of pebbles, random squares and matchstitck lines, which quilts up nice. I'll use that pattern again.
55 x 68 (washed)
fabric is varsity by sweetwater
geese are 6 1/2 x 12 1/2
batting is 80/20 comfort by Winline
I seem to have an abundance of pincushions laying around from my recent pincushion fest. I'd love to share one with you, it's even filled with walnut shells. leave me a comment if you're interested.