Flying Geese Throw Quilt: Overview

Friday, September 4, 2015

Yellow and Grey Flying Geese Quilt Done!

Welp. Another throw quilt completed! I think it's quite nice. Grey and yellow is pretty much the best.

It managed to use up some leftover quilt batting, a bunch of ancient scraps for the patchwork back, and even some leftover yellows and greys from the isosceles triangle quilt. I'm just really feeling the scrapwork quilt backs right now.

I did a simple rectangular quilting to this one, and even added in some awesome new personalized woven labels. So everyone knows who made the derned thing. Forever.

Yellow and Grey Flying Geese Quilt Done! (back)

And now, all the details:
  1. Inspiration from namoo quilt
  2. Materials for the Flying Geese Quilt
  3. How to Make 8 HSTs at once and How to Make 2 HSTs at once
  4. Assembling an HST quilt
  5. Patchwork Back from the Modern Bear Paw Quilt
  6. Quilt sandwiching instructions from the isosceles TARDIS quilt
  7. Machine quilting with standard sewing machine tips from the isosceles TARDIS quilt
  8. Continuous bias binding instructions from the isosceles TARDIS quilt
  9. Quilt binding tips from the isosceles TARDIS quilt, but mostly CluckCluckSew
  10. Alternative Mitered Edge Binding Finishing Tutorial
  11. Sweet personalized ('made by' first + last name + cold gentle machine wash symbol) woven sew-on labels from LabelsAndRibbon.com. Worth every penny. Makes it look like I know what I'm doing even though my lines aren't straight!!

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Yellow and Grey Flying Geese Quilt Done!

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