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Flying Geese Quilt

It's that time again...Sew N' Tell Friday!!

Here is an update on my "Cloudy Day" Quilt.
I am finished with all the flying geese. I'm going to attache a second border, I just can't decide if I should use the half square triangles or just a plain border. hmmmm, decisions, decisions.
And then I made this shirt from a simplicity pattern.

And you may have seen this skirt in a previous post but I just wanted to squeeze this in my
Sew 'N Tell Friday!!
Thanks for looking.

Comments

  1. that shirt is really cute and looks great on you! i love your flying geese....borders!! go for it

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  2. Flying geese are amazing... nice job. Cute top and skirt too!

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  3. Love your quilt! Very cool skirt and top! They are so finished. When I try clothing, it looks like rags. I'm jealous!

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  4. Wow! I love the Cloudy Day quilt! I say go for HST's for the border. Your shirt is really cute and I love the skirt too! Nice work!

    xo -E
    {Visiting from Sew & Tell Friday}

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  5. I like the geese! It's neat with the dark background, and those few dark geese add nice interest, too. Good finish on the skirt and top!

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  6. These are great finishes! Your geese look wonderful. I love the random dark ones!

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  7. Love the flying geese! And you color choice : )

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  8. Great flying geese quilt. Really like the top you made.

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  9. hi there...i love your top! what pattern did you use? thanks.

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  10. Actually I did not have a pattern. Just started sewing the flying geese squares together. I need to finish this quilt up. It is starting to collect dust

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  11. I love the top! Which simplicity pattern did you use ? Thanks?

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  12. I love the top! Which simplicity pattern did you use ? Thanks?

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