Evening in the Garden Quilts

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WIP Wednesday: Geese

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Just a quick one to show you what I’m doing (instead of any of my goals!).  I put together a scrappy Flying Geese quilt, and now I’m marking geese in the solid areas to quilt.  So far, so good.

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While I pieced this and my last two projects, I’ve been working on this (my first) leaders and enders project, and am starting to see some progress.  I like doing it, and it eliminates lots of threads, but I don’t promise I’ll always be organized enough to do it.  I recently did some cleaning in the studio, which makes it possible to locate the basket when I get ready to piece.  (Someday this will be a “Frilly” quilt like Pam made.

Hope all of you are making progress!  I’m linking up to WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced.

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Author: Valerie

I'm Valerie, also known as Scooquilt. I am passionate about fabric and quilting. My quilts are colorful and modern, but grounded in traditional blocks. My degrees are in Fine Arts and Education. I'm retired from teaching and trying to quilt daily. Reading, gardening, and cats are also important to me.

6 thoughts on “WIP Wednesday: Geese

  1. Love your quilting idea 🙂 Leaders and Enders sounds like a great idea too – I might give it a go for a scrappy quilt of some sort – thanks for the reminder!

  2. The flying geese look great. Love the variety of fabrics you have used. I have always wanted to do a leaders and enders project but have never quite been able to decide on a design. Yours looks like it is going to be great!

  3. I have a question. Why do you have your flying geese numbered? And that Frilly quilt is freaking awesome! I bought the book so I can make it 😀

    • Kati, I always number my blocks after I figure out my final arrangement on the wall. I have a tendency to mix them up or turn them if I don’t. Crayola washable markers. I didn’t know the
      Frilly quilt was in a book- I just copied from Pam’s photos! Maybe mine will be a little different!

  4. I love geese. What a lovely quilt this is going to be!!! Looking forward to seeing it finished…

  5. Just for the record, I love flying geese. 🙂

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