Film in the Fridge
I couldn’t resist! I thought that pretty warm autumn stack would be great as more flying geese, and of course I had to make sure I could recreate the original quilt!
(Add another to the unfinished list!)
The colors in this are brilliant! Love it
What size are the flying geese blocks? I am looking at doing one with a layer cake of Acacia and am trying to decide whether to stick with a 2-1/2″ x 4-1/2″ or doubling that to go a little bigger. The smaller size is . . . small and double the work. I love your fall colors! The purples are perfect.
this is gorgeous! I’d love it if you marketed this as a pattern!
Oh, beautiful colours! suits the autumn well! 🙂
Just as lovely as the first one! I can’t wait to see a pattern!
Beautiful quilt top!
It’s simply beautiful! 🙂
Love this SOOOO much! Gorgeous!
I wouldn’t have thought of purple / as an Autumn fabric (we don’t say Fall in Australia), but it just works!
Stunning colours, and as always your photos are wonderful. Well done, as ever!
It’s gorgeous! love those colors
Oh, I love it in those colors! …like Autumn leaves…
Wonderful Autumn palette!! Gorgeous quilt!!!
the geese are flying beautifully and so colourful too.
Wow. I’m blown away. This is more beautiful that I could have ever imagined that stack of warms would turn out. I’m totally in love with it. And how perfect to capture it’s beauty among the leaves. Are you tickled pink? Well, maybe burnt orange? 😉
I’d like to see this one held up. Love Flying Geese. Go ahead and have someone else long arm your quilts, no shame in that. Unless you just don’t like anyone else touching them.
Wow. LOVE the colors… these flying geese quilts of yours are so yummy!!
Wow, this is really really beautiful… can’t wait to see it again when it’s quilted. 🙂
Wow, this is gorgeous! Maybe we’ll see a tutorial somday? 😉
I love this! I’m hoping you’ll do a pattern, or maybe a geese-a-long?!
LOVE! Super colors, super interesting scale, and a fabulous photo! Thanks for the boost for my day 🙂
Wowza! Love the colors.
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AshleySouth Burlington, Vermont