On my design surface today is another baby quilt--this one is for my grandson who is due in a few short months. The quilt design is all Flying Geese in groups of four like geese. My daughter Elaine and I met up at Superbuzzy on Small Business Saturday to pick out the three B's, background, backing, and binding. Superbuzzy was having a drawing for the occasion, and each customer was greeted by an adorable, about 8-10 year old girl who was dressed in a bee tutu and holding a plastic bin with slips of paper representing a prize, for which she would run off to the back room to retrieve. Elaine's slip draw yielded a set of purse handles--which she promptly gave to me. I totally made out with my lucky draw number--see?
An oversized charm square pack of Dimples fabrics--one of my favorite graphic designs.
It must have every color of Dimples made! I'll have fun with this prize.
here. There will be 24 sets of geese and this cutting session I got half the small squares and over half of the large square sets ready. I seldom cut out a whole quilt at once--preferring to cut some, sew some, rinse and repeat...
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