Disappearing Fat Quarters, the Sequel

Yesterday I posted about my mystery quilt Saturday workshop.  I finished all the flying geese and the four cornerstone blocks.  They were very quick!  I think it took longer to iron the geese than it did to create them.

And here is where I got to last night which is all my homework now done.

I love it!  And funny, I’ve got two of my former quilt designs swimming around in my head.  I think it’s a familiarity thing,.  It these two:

The top one is my own design called Corn & Beans in Provence.  The second one is another Kelly & Arlene mystery and I think it was called “Dash to the Finish”.

Well, it’s Monday morning and the coffee is almost consumed so I better sign off and get ready for work.

Mavis

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Disappearing Fat Quarters, the Sequel

Yesterday I posted about my mystery quilt Saturday workshop.  I finished all the flying geese and the four cornerstone blocks.  They were very quick!  I think it took longer to iron the geese than it did to create them.

And here is where I got to last night which is all my homework now done.

I love it!  And funny, I’ve got two of my former quilt designs swimming around in my head.  I think it’s a familiarity thing,.  It these two:

The top one is my own design called Corn & Beans in Provence.  The second one is another Kelly & Arlene mystery and I think it was called “Dash to the Finish”.

Well, it’s Monday morning and the coffee is almost consumed so I better sign off and get ready for work.

Mavis

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  1. Vic in NH says:

    That mystery is developing into a beauty! The flying geese with their borders look so well done!

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