One of my favorite techniques of Eleanor's is making my flying geese units using her flying geese rulers. At first when I read and saw her way of making flying geese units, I was a bit skeptical but then I tried it and was so pleased with the results. Instead of me showing you how quick and easy these rulers work, click HERE to view the video and have Eleanor herself teach you.
I don't have any affiliation with Quilt in a Day or Eleanor Burns. I just wanted to share this technique of hers with you. I have learned a lot from Eleanor's instruction, and I think you will too : )
Lately, I have been a busy bee working on various quilt projects. I've been spending a lot of time working on my Cornucopia of Thanks quilt blocks and cornerstones. I've decided to make my quilt king sized so adding 4 blocks of my choosing. This week I completed one of the four.
This one is called Turley's Inn and was designed by Marti Michell for Patchwork Party this past year.
I think this one will fit in well with the other blocks in the quilt.
I also finished the BOM for August called Prosperity. This one looks way harder than it really is, and I was surprised at how fast I got it done.
I am really enjoying working on this quilt as a BOM. This BOM is a group project that we are doing in my SBS & Other Elm Creek Quilts Yahoo group. If you are interested in joining in on the fun, you can do so very easily by clicking this icon:
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We are also doing the Farmer's Wife Sampler quilt together. Each month we announce a new block challenge and are having fun watching each other's and our own progress as our quilt grows.
Here are a 2 more of the blocks for this month. I only have 2 more to finish before the 15th.
I hope all of you are having a great week and that you all get some time just for you : )
Until next time . . .