I made the flying geese quilt blocks uneven, using the pattern from Kim of the Drunken Flying Geese from the Home Sweet Home Quilt Along.
I created this somewhat similar to each 20" x 20" quilt that I have created for the Series Focus Through the Prism. What I mean by similar,is that my plan was to always use black with the color and to create a distorted version of the quilt block or at least an uneven balance to the quilt block.
I selected the yellow hand dyed fabric from Cherrywood Fabrics for this quilt challenge and then added the yellow print and then the black fabric to really make the yellows pop!
I used some of the cutaways from the corners to create a couple tiny geese. I assembled them in uneven rows.
I selected Gun Metal Grey and Canary Yellow for the quilting threads. I used two layers of batting. I layered them with 80/20 batting on the bottom and poly on the top.
I decided to quilt it with a small meandering for the background. It filled the space very nicely.
I quilted in Marcia and 2015.
I love the wiggle line quilting on the geese.
And the wiggle lines around the outside of the each goose.
Here's a full view.
And the backside.
On September 15th, I presented my quilts at a Trunk Show in Viroqua, Wisconsin. I proudly shared my quilt even though I had not completed the binding.
I proudly shared all five of them! I love how they look together.
I am linking it up over at Kim's Persimon Dreams Blog for Project Quilting's Focus Through the Prism Quilt Challenge Series. Hop over and check out all the quilts.
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