Waiting In The Wings

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Found Treasures and one more for Mardi Gras

Reading posts on Sunday I was thrilled to see the this post below from

because I loved this pattern of hers a few years ago when
it was published in a magazine. This was one
I had to make and began it as a project for RSC 2015.
There were a few projects on the go and sadly the Geese Migration
fell off the radar, but seeing her photos again had me thinking!!
I hunted in my parts box and found these.







The blue one had to be quickly photographed just now, couldn't
find the original.

I'm going to hop into RSC 2018 and finish, hopefully,
with two blocks in each designated colour.

The only actual sewing today was another quarter log


which means I can now link up with
Julie and Linda at
sew, stitch, snap, SHARE
and see what treats are in store today.
Linking up Sunday with
Cynthia and Oh Scrap!
Maureen

22 comments:

Julie said...

Oh I love your Geese Migration blocks, such lovely colours. I can't wait to see this one finished. Your KF stash must be fabulous!! Thanks for linking to Sew, Stitch, Snap, SHARE.

Leeanne said...

I love those geese blocks....especially the first one.

Debbie said...

Love your blocks. You have no fear in color selection! The Geese migration is a favorite but not one I ever tackled. I will love seeing how you do.

Quiltdivajulie said...

Oh, hooray! I love these blocks of yours. Your quarter logs are beautiful.

Shirley Woods said...

Thanks for the reminder about this pattern. LOVE IT! And, love the use of Kaffe fabrics!

Barb Neiwert said...

I took Cynthia's class on Geese Migration and loved it! I plan to pull out my scraps and get to work this month on more blocks, too. Yours are lovely!

Kaja said...

I remember these blocks from before! I can't wait to see them turning into a quilt.

Raewyn said...

The geese blocks are a fun design and I can imagine a full quilt of them will be stunning....and a great use of scraps!

Clare M said...

Maureen, there's almost nothing I can add to the previous comments. These blocks are indeed the most fabulous display of colour and I love the saturation within each one. You have a gift with colours. Thanks for sharing your blocks.

crazyquilter said...

I have decided I would like to do Geese Migration as part of our quilting group's block swap project for this year.
Mine will be in autumn colours but I love your treatment with the Kaffe Fasset fabrics - they look wonderful.

Linda said...

The Geese Migration block caught my eye again on the RSC picture gallery. I keep seeing it popping up in different blogs, so I think I'll have to track the pattern down. You used lovely fabrics in your blocks.

Sally Trude said...

I don't remember your geese migration blocks...which is odd because they are quite wonderful! So well blended.

em's scrapbag said...

Cynthia's pattern is great. I love your log cabin block!

Linda @ kokaquilts said...

Yes, the 'geese migration' block has always appealed to me too! Love all your Kaffe colour in these.

O'Quilts said...

Oh my goodness...such lovely work and fabrics...sigh...Don't we love our fabric!!

Louise said...

Maureen, your migrating geese are so very YOU! The depth and saturation of color in your fabrics is unmatched. These are so great ;)

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I know what I am going to make with my Kaffe scraps. Quilt #3 is in my future!

gayle said...

Love love love your geese migrations! They are so gorgeous in those luscious Kaffe fabrics. (You're the best Kaffe-r I know!)

PaulaB quilts said...

Your Geese Migration blocks are the best I've ever seen. Those Kaffe Fassett blocks are gorgeous.

Janice Holton said...

I HAVE to ask! That light pink geese migration block is GORGEOUS!! Did you make all the squares using the same fabric and just cutting from different places? I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!

Cathy said...

Geese Migration AND Quarter Logs are fantastic! You have some awesome quilts in the works. I'm inspired!

sewyouquilt2 said...

Love your geese migration blocks .I just started one too. They are addictive. I think more than one may be made.lol