Friday, February 21, 2014

On A Roll

If you've visited Nedra's blog you have seen these.  I was thrilled when she asked if I would like to design some patterns using Triangles on a Roll.  I had fun going through my strings to make the braids for this one.  It was a challenge to get the binding to line up with the changing of the border, but I'm thrilled with the result.
Delving into my scraps, cause that's what I do, I made a gaggle of geese, not only in blues, greens, and violets but; in every color of the rainbow.  I used the 2"X 4" flying geese Triangles on a Roll.  These rolls make both the flying geese and the braids.  I love how my braids stayed straight and my geese have not lost their points.  These rolls are great for precision piecing.
If a gaggle of geese appeals to you both my Geese On The Lake and Gaggle patterns are available here.

I'm linking up with Sarah, after all this is something to Whoop about.


10 comments:

  1. I love both of these quilts. Nice job!

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  2. Thanks again for such great designs! I want to make them right away myself! How would you feel about adding they are both made with the 2" X 4" papers from Triangles on A Roll that make both FG and Braid? And giving a review on the product at one point?

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  3. Love your quilts!
    Merrilee
    http://stitchinpost-blog.blogspot.com/

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  4. What great quilts! I really like your variations on the flying geese and the mix of blocks. Two more great patterns!.

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  5. ps.Your patterns are so terrfiic, you need to write a book one day!

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  6. Wow...love the colors and the design of both of your quilts. Great Job.

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  7. These are just great! Flying geese are some of my favorite design elements.:)

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  8. Both these quilts are beautiful - congrats :)

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  9. Your quilts are so visually interesting to me, it makes me want to go sew now!!! Love the blue one.

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  10. Yes, that is definitely something to whoop about! Those are both wonderful quilts!!! Whoop whoop whoop!!

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