I did 2 layers- perfect, then 3 layers, still perfect and 4 layers, no problem. A few turns and 58 blocks were trimmed.
I saw these adorable bunnies at the garden center. Surely, I can figure out a way to make them. yeah right.
Wild and goosey is at the top stage. I need to decide on borders. If I pick a print, there is a chance that it will become dated. That is why I love scrappy quilts. Any more scrappy, and it might just be too busy. I have looked at flying geese borders...I don't know yet. I love it, but, I almost wish I had used a solid for the cross blocks. I think the wild and goosey blocks would have shown out more. But, I love it. whoop whoop.
I am linking to:
Finished or Not Fridays
50 blocks trimmed in no time - how fabulous! I love your wild and goosey quilt - so scrappy and perfect! ~smile~
I love it, too! Congrats!ReplyDelete
Oh, your Wild and Goosey is just beautiful. I think all the colors in the cross blocks enhances the beauty and interest. I can't imagine them all being the same color -- it might look boring. And I think the white background unifies the quilt. (Just my novice opinion.)ReplyDelete
I love your 'wild & goosey' quilt too, so scrappy and colourful! Looking forward to seeing what you do next... to border or not?ReplyDelete
I like your wild and goosey just the way it is. Thank you for linking to TGIFF.ReplyDelete
Oh gosh that Wild and Goosy looks absolutely stunning! 😍😍😍 I'm considering buying a die cut but never thought it'd be useful for borders, thanks for the tip!ReplyDelete
Great looking quiltReplyDelete
I love scrappy too and have to note...I love your garden bunnies too! Happy sewing. Thanks for sharing at TUesday Archives.ReplyDelete