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Saturday, December 15, 2012

Saturday Sewing

Saturday turned out to me a mixed weather day with rain and snow, 
perfect for hiding in the sewing room. 
Ernie was off doing some volunteer work for hunting club
 so I knew I had a few hours all to myself.

Perfect for sewing step 4 of Quiltville's Mystery, Easy Street.
64 purple and aqua flying geese.
Why must I sew at least 1 or 2 like this?

Squaring up and trimming is always a must at some point.
I decided this was a good time.
I like that there are only little slivers of waste when using the 
Easy Angle and Companion Angle rulers.
I also love my small Brooklyn Revolver when trimming 
and the little Cotton Picker makes for easy cleanup.

After a few hours, Part 4 is complete.


Quilter Kathy said...

You are quick...WOW!
I have never seen that "cotton picker" before.

Nancy said...

I love my cotton picker and used it a lot this week.

Your geese are great -- soon you will be assembling blocks.

Ann Marie @ 16 Muddy Feet said...

The day is almost over finally, I am off to the shower, then on to step 4, then bedtime for me. Your geese are looking great, I am getting so excited, it is starting to come together.

Teresa in Music City said...

Way to go Judy! Your little flying geese are so pretty! I'm hoping to work on mine today :*)

Mary said...

Quick like a bunny you are all caught up. Smart to trim them now that they are to the 3.5" so you are ready to make blocks with them all. I still need to do that.

Sharyn Hutchinson said...

Nice job =8D

Anonymous said...

Your stacked geese look fantastic. The cotton picker looks like a great little doodad.