|from left to right: Joannie, me, Sally, Marion, and Kim|
These are very tiny pieces. Much smaller than I typically make quilts with! And there are A LOT tiny of pieces! I guess I should be happy that this is supposed to be one of Bonnie's EASIER projects. I'm happy to report that my sewing is pretty accurate and the blocks are coming out the right size.
|Here is my tip: use an empty tissue box as a mini trash can to |
contain your trimmed off dog ears. When you're all done, you can
just throw the whole thing in the trash. Great for trimming threads too!
|First 10 finished flying geese of Part 2 |
(only 118 more to go... Oy Vey!)
Here is another oldie but goodie that was in the black and white stash, can you say "moo?"
|Here are Elvis (the black pug) and Romeo in the |
quilt studio waiting for Joannie to give them a cookie.
|Here is baby Larry keeping busy with a chewy bone.|
On a side note, I read two very good books this week, check them out: The Girl Who Fell From The Sky by Heidi Durrow and The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown.
Pugs and kisses,