In an effort to try to stay current, I happened to find some leftover flying geese. I don't remember when I sewed them but they sure came in handy! I still even have more leftover! I put them together with some new DiFord fabric that I recently received and VOILA!! March mini just needs to be quilted! We are heading up to Sunriver on Sunday for the week so I expect to get lots of sewing done, including getting this quilted! Isn't that Di Ford fabric fantastic??!!
And I made another triangle gathering block! Still not quite caught up but getting there. I think I have about 7 more to do.
And, not to forget, little Miss Emma has been asking me for a quilt so I started to sew this little something together for her. Just need to sew the rows together and get it quilted. She is arriving tomorrow so I don't have a lot of time! It's a lot of FROZEN and Minnie! (her favorites). I need to chop off the setting triangles (I was too lazy to measure!)... This is a pattern I made many years ago... super easy and perfect for kid fabrics!
I love your mini!! Super fun...are you heading to the cabin? Post some pictures, please?ReplyDelete
What a pretty mini quilt. The quilt for your granddaughter is looking cute also. Looking forward to seeing it all finished. Have a safe and happy trip.ReplyDelete
Love that mini--and the Di Ford fabric is luscious! Cutest quilt for Miss emma--she will just love it...Frozen, Minnie Mouse AND castles--what could be better, right? Hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
Having fun with Novelty fabric . Nice to find Flying Geese already made for the Mini.ReplyDelete
Your March mini is so adorable--how great you got to use those orphan geese! Miss Emma's quilt is too cute--I know she will love it!ReplyDelete
Your March mini is lovely and the Di Ford fabric is terrific. I'm sure Emma will love her quilt! Hope you get to enjoy your week at Sun River.ReplyDelete
You rallied the geese together into a cute March mini. Set with Di's fabric brings it up to date. Have fun sewing this week.ReplyDelete
Love the colors on the mini! So pretty! Emma's quilt is cute, she will love it!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous mini! Love the colors in it...and all those yummy florals! :-) Beautiful triangle block too...makes me wish I had played along! Miss Emma is going to be so excited about her made-especially-for-her quilt! :-)ReplyDelete
You came up with a winner in the mini flying geese quilt. Love it, and isn’t it wonderful when leftovers come in so handy?ReplyDelete
Great idea for a relatively quick kid quilt. I’ve done the same for setting triangles before. ;)
Argh! I finally have internet back! I LOVE this little mini. I hope to post the link back to you on a post tomorrow. Still working on the linky thing. Emma will love her little quilt for sure!ReplyDelete