The scrappy Easy Flock of Geese quilt is bound and brief instructions can be found on my website at this link. I just love these quilts using the 6 and 3 inch finished HSTs and I’ve made it in a few colorways.
My favorite might just be the completely scrappy version but I loved how this one turned out too with the blues and purples.
You can use a single fabric for the background or go scrappy there too like this brown and green one.
Whatever colors I choose, it’s a great one for using my scraps.
Each quilt is lovely! Great job on colors. Right now Im struggling with flying geese….ugh!
Do you remember the name of the pantograph you quilted the browns one with? It’s very fun.
I’m really drawn to that brown version but I love them all!
I was thinking about the “Steam” panto while I was sewing today (making a “Quick Strippie”). My old long armer did a cool thing on one of my quilts with that pattern. It was a Stack’n’Whack made with running horses & she loaded the quilt in sideways & used “Steam”. It looked like their breath & was super cool!
I’d love to be able to get my bindings done as quickly as you seem to. What’s your secret?
They are all wonderful! Thank you for sharing each one.
I tend to make this pattern in 2″ and 4″ blocks. I really should switch up because it would go so much faster!
Love them all, but especially the first one.