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What’s On My Design Wall October 21, 2013

Posted by Pam in KC in Uncategorized.
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I’m posting this a bit late because I was determined to get it finished!  Before going to bed last night I had all but the outer borders attached to the quilt.  This is Aiming for Accuracy a weekly quilt-along sponsored by the Quilting Gallery.

When it was first announced I wasn’t going to do this quilt — I have plenty in progress, I didn’t know what I would use for fabric and wasn’t excited by the size – 58 x 82.  A little too narrow for my taste.  But about 3 weeks into the quilt along I decided what the heck. I had found a length of pink fabric for my constant and decided I could use some of those florals sitting in my stash. I’d worry about the width when I got that far.

With the exception of the flying geese, each fabric is only used in one block/lesson. I didn’t begin to use all of the floral fabric in my stash.  For the most part the flying geese are made from fabric used in the quilt, although I suspect there are one or two which were not.

By adding the flying geese and adjusting the pink spacer borders on each side the quilt top is now 66 x 82. I just have enough of the pink fabric for binding when I finally get it quilted.

Hop over to Patchwork Times to see what other are working on.

 

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1. Mary Crowther - October 21, 2013

Good looking HOT PINK quilt. I like your extra borders. What will you quilt on it?? I wonder…

2. Sue - October 21, 2013

What a fun Sampler Project and that Hot Pink is stunning. Love the way you increased the borders….very creative and great use of fabrics.

I am visiting from Design Wall Monday and would love to have you stop by and see my Corpus Collsum Project on my Design Wall. Just click on the signature link below…hope to see you there.  Your comments are ‘Sew’ Welcomed!
Sue CollectInTexas Gal


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