Summer Sampler Quilt Along

This weekend was the weekend of the flying geese!  I sewed up 92 of these little guys to make some vertical sashing for my Summer Sampler quilt top.  I am very pleased with the way that it turned out!  I wanted to do something different then just putting the blocks in rows and so I went with arranging them on-point instead.  I think that it made the quilt a little bit bigger and gave more attention to each individual square.
I took this picture at 11:30 at night and so the lighting is poor, I know.  I will certainly take some better photos once I get this one quilted and bound. 
I had a lot of fun with my very first on-line quilt along!  Thanks so much to Lee, Faith, and, Katie for all their hard work and excellent tutorials!  One of my new skills that I acquired in this quilt was the strip piecing as well as even more practice with paper piecing.  I will certainly use what I’ve learned in future quilts!

Comments

  1. How nice! What a clever idea & it looks fantastic.

  2. What a darling little quilt. I love sampler quilts: there's usually so much to learn on each one and who can get bored when each block changes? This one is very pretty. Love those colors, Kerrie.

  3. Great quilt and a fitting end result for the quilt-a-long. Love the flyiong geese and the blocks look great on point!

  4. This is fantastic, amazing work!!

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