Geese gone wild ~

 It must be the heat! Or, is it that I obsess!  I prefer to think that I'm not obsessing, but rather, reinforcing the process of making four-at-a-time flying geese.  Two toddler size quilts later, I think I've got the hang of it.  My geese blocks measure 3" x 6" making a perfect 36" x 48" delight filled with my left-over fabric scraps.  

What I learned in making my second toddler quilt  was that directional fabric must be viewed with a jaundiced eye.  

 No, I didn't rip, but allowed each block to add interest and in the whole scheme of things, the mis-directed blocks are not noticeable,  unless one searches for the OOPS!  

I rather like these two with the directional background fabric allowing movement in each block.  And a big "thank you" Marcia Derse and Malka Dubrawsky, for allowing me the opportunity to purchase your fabric.  

Here's the whole picture.  Look for all the directional fabric....I count 9 obvious ones...and then you be the judge.


  1. A delicious blend of color!

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    1. Thank you....I just allowed all those scraps to do the color-work. Aren't scraps just The Best!


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