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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Cornered Geese

I'm back and with a much better picture! I really like how this is turning out. This is what I imagined in my head and it seems to look alright, so it stays. I'm also glad that there are only 44 geese! Even though I would probably do the same thing with a bigger quilt, cause I'm crazy like that.
Now today I going to tackle the last border. I have another idea in my mind, so we'll see if this works. But first I need to do some chores. Thank goodness it's just simple stuff like making bread and doing laundry. I probably won't fold the laundry, but it's no problem throwing it in the washer (I can convince myself to do anything else, just to avoid folding clothes!).

If my plan works out, I'll be doing some pebbles today. Have you tried pebbles? They are addicting. Once you start, you can't stop. Almost as fun as feathers, almost.

Off for now, see you tomorrow.
Take care, Brandie


Sharon said...

Great feathers, you're gonna have a nice finish here pretty soon.

Jean said...

it's looking good. Can't wait to see what you do with the pebbles.

Homemade bread sounds good!

Anonymous said...

Brandie, Nice work. looking forward to seeing the finished product. Lizzie

Anita said...

Listen to you, ONLY 44 geese. No, I actually like flying geese, it's just that mine take twice as long since I sew the second corner seam so when I trim it I get the half square triangle. I blame it on the fact that my parents were raised during the depression, we couldn't waste anything.

Lenna Green of Stitching Cow said...

Your quilting is amazing, well done. I noticed that you are using a blue marker, (which is what I used to do) Now I use a self vanishing purple one which saves heaps of time removing all that blue. Although it does disappear within 5-10 minutes so you need to be quick, Anyway just thought I would mention it. Adore the pebbles. I am a hand quilter but your machine quilting has inspired me. Thanks too for dropping by my blog

M and M plus 3 said...

WOW! Amazing! Truly amazing!