Saturday, April 13, 2013

Another first…

I finally gave Flying Geese a try! And… well… I am hooked! It was so much fun to play with! My first try at Flying Geese is not done yet (I ran out of fabric for the binding and am still waiting for more). Yet I immediately started a second project.

I’m working as an controller/ accountant IRL and always have a hard time keeping my papers in order and my desk clean-ish. So I got myself a new organizer. One with a 31-days-index. A dull grey one. So I took it home to make a nice cover. A great excuse to use my Charm Pack of bright solids and some dark blue yardage.

Pultordner Flying Geese

I admit that I pretty much enjoyed making those flying geese – even if they are far from perfect. Maybe I should have followed a tutorial instead of making things up on my own?! If someone is able to direct me to a flying geese tutorial please speak up and leave me a comment, I’d appreciate it very much!!!

Pultordner Flying Geese Detail

As I still consider myself a beginner (though slightly advanced and very confident), there are constantly new things that I try – and I was recently directed to Celtic Thistle Stitches’ Linky-Party. On 25th of each month everyone who tried a new technique or craft is invited to share their projects. So if you have tried something new this month, I guess I’ll see you there?!

Happy Sewing!


  1. Very gorgeous geese C.
    Thanks for the tip off about the Linky party. I love the sound of it.
    Hope all is well with you. Busy beyond belief here.

  2. I use Speed Piecing Method B.

  3. I love the colours you used! I am "into" the solids too at the moment! I think the Flying Geese are pretty awesome too!

  4. What a stunning cover! Your geese look fantastic, so whatever method you came up with worked. :)

  5. Its nice to have something pretty with you at work. Flying geese are one of my favorites.

  6. visiting from crazy mum quilts finish it up friday - last week. I love love this.

  7. Your flying geese are wonderful! No wonder you're hooked :)

  8. Really pretty! I downloaded the pattern from Craftsy. It was one of the blocks from the BOM last year. I haven't made it yet but the video is very good. Checking over from New to Me challenge.


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