Easy Street Part 2

Linda, my local quilt shop owner, gave me this fabric to use in Easy Street.

Linda, my local quilt shop owner, gave me this fabric to use in Easy Street.

Finished 4 patches

Finished 4 patches

Finishing the 4 patches last week was quick because I had the day after Thanksgiving off from work. The flying geese took longer because I had to work on Friday. Saturday I had to go spring my Bernina from the hospital. The dealer is an hour and a half away so we didn’t get back to town until after noon. I went to JoAnn’s to get the companion ruler with my 50% off coupon.

Parts for the flying geese laid out for sewing. Some finished geese are in the container.

Parts for the flying geese laid out for sewing. Some finished geese are in the container.

Enough finished geese and leftover triangles.

Enough finished geese and leftover triangles.

I had way more purple triangles than I needed, so I cut more white parts and kept sewing. Figured some of my pieces might not be quite the right size because I had a few cutting issues. Whatever’s left can go on the back. Wouldn’t you know I screwed up cutting the white triangles and cut left ones when I was trying to cut right ones so now I have a few extra left triangles. Oh, well.

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4 Responses to “Easy Street Part 2”

  1. Debi Says:

    I love the black and white fabric your LQS gifted to you. Nice job on the geese. I had a few whoopsies when I cut my wings too so you have company!

    • Barbara Says:

      I should have said it was a salesman’s sample that she gave me – almost a fat quarter.

    • Barbara Says:

      Thanks for commenting. I should have said that the fabric she gave me was a salesman’s sample. It was almost a fat quarter! The extra parts turned out to be needed for this week’s clue so that worked out well.   Barbara Bennett, Columbia, MD

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  2. lynninflorida Says:

    Looking great…and what would quilting be without a few Oopsies!

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