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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Another project.............

I cut a bunch of Flying Geese pieces out of Kaffe fabrics a couple weeks ago.  I was trying to decide whether to use solids of prints for the small triangles.  I finally decided on prints and started sewing.

I laid them out like a Dutchman's Puzzle block but that isn't what I am going to do with them.










They will be geese flying in formation.  They probably will be mixed up as a scrappy set up instead of all alike as in this photo.  I won't know for sure until I play on the design wall with them.  Meanwhile there are lots more to sew.

11 comments:

Sewing Junkie said...

The nice part about doing something like this is the fact you have the choices to do plain or print and the directions. Making it your own design is the only way to go. Looks like it will be very interesting when done. Chris

Linda Swanekamp said...

Love the colors- the backgrounds and the geese. Sewing all those on the bias is not a problem for you? I have done a few to try, but never a whole batch.

Gene Black said...

This should be a fun quilt.

patty a. said...

Another exciting quilt!

Needled Mom said...

Great fabrics. Geese are so versatile too.

Hedy Hahn said...

Waiting to see what you come up with.....Love those Dutchmen blocks even if you aren't going to make them.

Marie said...

Love Flying Geese and these are no exception. Were your pieces cut with a Go/Studio cutter?

Mystic Quilter said...

Lovely colours and I always love quilts with Flying Geese in there.

Cathi said...

I can't wait to see how this one evolves! I think it's going to be fabulous - love the use of the Kaffe fabrics with prints.

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Lynnwa said...

I so enjoy using KF fabrics and love to see how you use them. I love your blog and your creations!