Mystery Quilt Progress

By: Jill Finger

Jan 15 2018

Category: Uncategorized

1 Comment

Aperture:f/2.2
Focal Length:4.15mm
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Camera:iPhone 6s Plus

After spending quite a bit of time cutting fabric for the mystery quilt, I have spent quite a bit of time constructing the flying geese portion of the blocks. I set up a little assembly line on my sewing table and ironing board to work on 40 units at a time. I arrived at 40 because that’s what fits on my little green cutting board.Wes lit a fire, I turned on my little electric heater to keep my feet warm, and then went into flying geese production on Sunday. There’s 200 melon geese completely done and 120 brown geese of the 200 have only one wing. I had to stop sewing in the late afternoon as the light was fading making it hard to sew on dark brown.

Progress is happening, but slowly. I keep telling myself it’s the process not the product. It’s become my mantra.

One comment on “Mystery Quilt Progress”

  1. A lot of work goes into the quilts so better love them. Can’t wait to see the finished product. Teasers are fun too!

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