Goose Is ON The Loose

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Thank you for the kind words on this all stash baby quilt.  I love this top and will be sad to see it go to it’s new home.  Deep in my stash was a Michael Miller animal print that I had a half yard left of.  Considering mom is a vet tech, it’s a great fit.

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For the quilting I went simple horizontal lines to contrast the vertical columns.  Plus, it looks extra crinkly once it’s washed.

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The bolt of corn yellow Kona I have is slowly dwindling down, but there are many more yards to go.  Maybe yellow will be my binding of choice for 2017.  Ha!

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Did you have a chance to look at the tutorial I shared?  Easy peezy with those instructions.  If you haven’t, it’s below.

 


PS…there is another version coming of this quilt with more all stash fabrics and an update on the dwindling fabric budget.

Linking up with Oh Scrap & Finish it Up Friday

Quilting is more fun than Housework
Quilting is more fun than Housework

 

6 Comment

  1. I love the way you have grouped the coloured geese together.

  2. Your goose on the loose looks great! I’d love to have you link up to Finished or Not Fridays each week!

  3. Very nicely done! I love all the different colours and the choice of straight line quilting was a good one. Well done!

    1. Thanks so much. I was afraid the colors wouldn’t work all mixed together.

  4. Karen @runsewfun says: Reply

    Flying geese quilts are my favorite. This is just darling and will be well loved. Great use of bright colors and I like the yellow binding. Nice finish!

  5. Gotta love that crinkly effect! It just says warm and soft and cozy. The tutorial is well-written and I’m certain I’ll be using it soon. Well, if I can get to this quilt. Too many quilts; not enough time. ALWAYS!

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