Paper Piecing · Quilting

One Monthly Goal for December

Hi Everyone,

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As I continue working on my For the Love of Geese quilt, I am hopeful I can complete the peicing this year.  I am getting there slowly but surely.  Here is a picture of my friend Denise’s quilt using this pattern so you can see one that is completed.   I don’t have a picture of the border so when I refer to it later in the post you can see what I’m talking about.

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As you can see in last week’s post I’ve already finished the circling geese.  I’ve added the picture again in case you’ve forgotten.  You can compare what mine might look like to her vision.  Her quilt is made of lovely cool blue and turquoise colors where as mine is made of warmer tones.

Geese Blocks together

This weekend I worked on the medallion for the middle.  It’s coming along pretty quick.  I guess because there isn’t so many of these blocks.  I’ve finished all of the bigger blocks and just have the tiny ones in the very center left.

Outside Medallion

That’s not much of a goal if it was all I had left, but there is a paper pieced border around the outside see above.  That is what I’d like to accomplish this month.  I do have a week of vacation scheduled and maybe if I burn more needle I can make it happen.  Somewhere along the line I need to find time to make a few Christmas gifts for my coworkers and family.

The linky parties I usually participate in can be found by clicking this link.  Please visit them and see what others are up to.  There are many bloggers out there who share their tips, projects, and tutorials to help us through ours.

Thanks for stopping by.

Cherie

 

 

 

 

 

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19 thoughts on “One Monthly Goal for December

      1. I’m sure you have inspired those considering paper piecing to take the plunge. This quilt looks so much more difficult then what it is but still a tedious project for a beginner. I’m glad you decided to take it on and so appreciate your courage to see it through any frustrations.

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