Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Final Geese in the Forest blocks - Building Blocks Tuesday

I have finished up all the Geese in the Forest blocks for the Lazy Bums and shipped them off!

Geese in the Forest blocks for Laurie

These were for Laurie who wanted bright colors with light grey backgrounds.


May's Geese in the Forest

And these are for May, who had some specific colors she wanted to see and with scrappy solid neutrals for the skies.

I must say that I am intrigued to see all the geese quilts put together, especially these Geese in the Forest quilts.  I think they will be stunning.

I have actually finished and shipped all of the Lazy Bum Flying Geese blocks that I owed.  I will share the rest of the blocks next week.  This means that my first challenge for the 100 Days Challenge has been completed!  However, I think these blocks were the easiest of my challenge items.  Still, it feels good to have one item checked off the list.  Now to get to work on that Technicolor Galaxy quilt.  Whew, it has already been tough and I'm not even done with block one!

What blocks have you working on this week?  I would love to see.  Link up your fabulous blocks.  You put a lot of hard work into them - show them off!  This free linky will stay open until the first Monday of next month, but I will repost it every Tuesday until a new month starts.


Quilter in the Closet

Rules:

1) Please link up only to the page in your blog showing your wonderful blocks, not just the blog homepage.  Flickr and Instagram pictures are also OK.
2) Make sure to put your blog name as the description so people know where they are going or the name of your block!
3) Please grab my button and post it in your blog post or sidebar.
4) Visit other linky participants!

Thanks for reading,

Jen








5 comments:

  1. What a fabulous example of how color can change the look of a quilt!

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  2. Stunning blocks. I'm a Queen Bee in May and this is now yet another idea for me. I'm never going to narrow it down to just one thing.

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  3. Gorgeous blocks! And I agree with Kaelyn..great example of how a pattern changes based on your fabric choices. I prefer the first version myself, but the second is still lovely. Thanks for hosting the linky.

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  4. Congrats on checking off your first item in the 100 days challenge. The blocks are lovely; I always love seeing how colour/fabric choices change the feel of a block.

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  5. I just love your variety of shapes and sizes in your flying geese, the girls they are for will be thrilled to bits with them

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