I love seeing the traditional flying geese blocks set in a "sky" of neutral creams that include everything from sewing notions to tigers!
All the geese were made with Tula Pink fabrics, and what a line she created!
I still had so much fabric left over from my TP FQ bundle that I decided to use them on the back, along with some of the neutrals and a few extra flying geese blocks.
The quilt rolls like a charm, taking up very little room if you have to store it somewhere.
I used a grey fabric by Robert Kaufman to bind it.
At 56" x 66", it's all ready and waiting to cuddle up in!
Saturday will be a super quilty day. I'm heading off to the Thistle Quilt Guild Annual quilt show in Westville, Nova Scotia, with my quilt blogging buddies: Linda from Scrapmaster, Sheila from Sheila's Quilt World, and Karen from KaHolly. I know we will have a great time seeing all the quilty treasures and are also doing an exchange. Our challenge for the four of us was to do a pillow top using improv curves. Some of us may not have remembered the "improv" part of the curves, just saying, but there will definitely be curves! Maybe we'll see you at the show!
It's a great day for quilting!