I use a Bloc-Loc ruler for my geese. They are a bit pricey and you have to have a ruler for every different size, but the geese come out perfectly.
Not always easy to get a good photo of larger quilts. This one is 56 wide by 64 inches long.
I made 28 geese. Now it is off to the quilter.
Ginger our Yorkie [aka the princess and the pea] could care less about quilts or geese for that matter. She generally likes to sit in my sewing studio when I sew, but photo sessions are not her favorite pastime. Thus the discussed look when I snapped a photo of her disturbing her get away nap.
wow, the quilt turned out awesome!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful and your geese do look perfect. I'm going to look into the Bloc-loc ruler. I haven't ever made flying geese.ReplyDelete
Just love those floral geese--so pretty great work hugs, JulieroseReplyDelete
Love your geese top!ReplyDelete
One of the first quilts I ever attempted, like maybe Quilt #3, was all wild geese around squares and I struggled SO badly with it. Would love to see in photos how your Bloc Lock ruler works. I bought several sizes of HST Bloc Lock rulers but haven’t had opportunity to try them out yet. I do love this HST quilt that you’ve made. You would only need one size ruler to make this quilt, right?ReplyDelete