The bundle of 25 fat quarters for this quilt followed me home even though I told them I had no plan for them. They sat patiently for several months while I fretted about cutting into the pretty colours. Eventually the coloured pencils and graph paper conspired to create a design. I took a deep breath, wielded the rotary cutter, and made a quilt I really really love – though it isn’t mine to keep forever as my daughter laid claim to it before it was even finished.
I had fun quilting a flying goose silhouette in the blank spaces . The design is from an old Quiltmaker magazine (sorry, I don’t remember which one) and is probably now available in one of their books of quilting motifs. I thought it added an appropriate touch of whimsy, considering all the flying geese blocks involved!
The pattern for Wandering Geese is available in my
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