I love brown, I love this quilt! It’s easy to make quilts to donate for kids and women and I try to make some guy quilts along way but honestly, even though this may look like a guy quilt, it’s just my style. Maybe we get too wrapped up in what makes a girl or boy quilt!

This is my 13th UFO finish for the year. Pantograph is Fern Gully and you can find brief instructions for this Easy Flock of Geese quilt on my website at this link.

After I finished stitching down the binding on this one, I started assembling the HST Diamond top. You know me, I’ll drag it out for several days but I wanted to show you how much fabric is left from my bundle of 20 fat quarters. Shocking isn’t it?! The fat quarters on the right haven’t been touched and the other ones are the partial fat quarters left over. There’s another quilt here!


  1. I love getting more quilting “bang for my buck”! Two quilts from one FQ bundle sounds good to me!

  2. Looks great – and I’m not even a lover of brown. But paired with the greens and tans it looks so cozy.

  3. That brown/green quilt is a beauty! And good for a gal or a guy! Anybody who gets that gem is lucky! I cannot believe how much you have left from your FQs! Are you sure they don’t multiply in your sewing room when the lights go out? LOL!

  4. Beautiful quilt! I love earth tones, they just look so soothing to me. I didn’t realize there was so much fabric in a fat quarter. I have never bought one but might think about it now.

  5. I think I will never have to buy a quilt pattern. I have so many patterns that you have shared that I want to make. I love this one, but admit I prefer the blue/green version and have plenty in my stash to give it a try in that color scheme. Thanks again for sharing your knowledge.
    xx, Carol

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