Wednesday, September 14, 2022

UFO#4 Morris Geese is Done!

I've been trying to work my way through some UFOs and am happy to report another one is finished!


I started this piece in 2021 after receiving samples of William Morris fabric from Barbara B. Thank you, Barbara! I looked forward to this new challenge so when I saw a quilt on Pinterest that I liked I dug right in. I drafted my own pattern of 12" blocks with 2" finished hsts for the sashing and 4" borders with geese corners. I used the geese paper foundation piecing pattern from the Deacon quilt and 2" finished Triangles on a Roll.

                                                    Block 1

                                                    Block 2

                                                                           Block 3

Block 4 
 
So after I drafted the entire quilt (more or less) I happened to see a free pattern on Old Country Store Fabrics for the Tide Pools Quilt, the one I saw on Pinterest! Who knew??
 

Dawn at Cabin Creek Stitchery machine quilted it for me :) Thanks, Dawn!
 
 
I put the same border fabric on the back with a strip of green from the thrift shop. Ta-da!


Such a pretty assortment of fall flowers from the farm!

Enjoy your week! 
 


Copyright 2022, Barbara Schaffer

8 comments:

  1. You create the best ta- dah quilts and then you were even able to include a bit of your fabulous thrift finds. Great mini as always.

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  2. Beautiful quilt! You created the right pattern to feature the gorgeous Morris prints.

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  3. With all those 2" HSTs, how small is your mini? I love it too. It is striking with the black. I love the corner treatments with the black binding. Congrats! ;^)

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  4. Great use of the Morris fabric!

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  5. lovely little quilt! fabrics so pretty...

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  6. great geese quilt! I think I have a very similar quilt - I'll have to dig that out.
    The flowers are gorgeous! Fall is my favorite.

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