I love it – so crisp, crinkly – it will decorate the edge of my couch for awhile for sure – I will pull it up over my cold toes when the air conditioning is running all summer and when the weather switches cold in the winter it will continue to warm me up – just the right size.

Machine Pieced — about 10 days

Hand Quilted – about 2 months of on and off again work – about 80 hours or so!

Quilted with King Tut Variegated Thread.

Innocent Crush fabric line.

Finished size after the slight shrinkage from  Quilter’s Dream 100% Cotton Batting is 66 x 74 inches.

Pattern was featured on the Moda Bake Shop – click on the link if you want the pattern –I didn’t put the border they had on it.

EDITED: 4/15 I just noticed that I have been referring to this pattern as “Geese in Flight” I think awhile back I renamed this pattern without realizing it.  On the Moda Bake Shop pattern it is named “Geese in the Park” sorry for any misunderstanding.





Multi-color binding using strips of almost every color in the quilt.


25 Responses to “TA-DA–It’s Done”

  1. Regina Chronister
    April 14th, 2011 at 8:29 pm

    I really like this one alot.

  2. It looks great!! I think you might have more than one person trying to cover up with it because it looks so cuddly.
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  3. I really like bindings made from different fabrics.
    Your quilting is wonderful.

  4. A lovely quilt! I found my rhythm hand piecing and hand quilting, but haven’t done a whole lot in the last year. Now I’m itching to pull it out again :-) Thanks for sharing the pics of your work.
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  5. Wonderful work! I love it!
    The multi-colour binding was a very good idea.
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  6. GORGEOUS ….beautiful workmanship!

    Your quilting is amazing!

    LOVE IT Karen!


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  7. It’s gorgeous and I love the quilting!

  8. I love it Karen!! It does look so nice and cuddly. I’ll be buried under quilts today since we have around 8″s of snow on the ground again :o(


  9. I love the back as much as the front! Great quilting!

  10. Karen what’s the name of this pattern? I can’t quite figure out how you got that sashing in there like that! blessings, marlene
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  11. It’s fabulous! congratulations on a finish.
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  12. Your stitches are beautiful; great quilt.

  13. Your quilt is VERY appealing Karen! Great use of colors and I especially like your multi fabric binding!!

  14. Wow that came out great!
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  15. What a fabulous finish!! COngratulations! It is beautiful, and I LOVE that it is hand quilted!

    In stitches,
    Teresa :o)
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  16. Looks fantastic, especially nice now that it’s washed. Love the crinkly look. Congratulations!

  17. Congratulations on the finish! It’s fantastic!
    Have a wonderful weekend!
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  18. Gwynette in NW Arkansas
    April 15th, 2011 at 6:54 pm

    Tonight would be a great night to cozy up with that new quilt!!!! Brrrrrrrrr!!!!

  19. Yes, it is so crisp and clean looking. Love, love, love it.
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  20. Way to go. Sure does look nice and cuddly.

  21. Karen,
    Your quilt is beautiful. You stitching, both hand and machine, is inspiring. Well done!
    I have three quilts in progress now and hopefully will have them finished by the end of June. I do ENJOY this wonderful art.
    Helen (Nanci’s PT)

  22. well done! that is a great bunch of fabrics! looks beautifuL!

  23. It’s a really cool quilt!

  24. I love it! What a keepsake. That Kit Tut thread looks beautiful on your quilt.
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  25. What a gorgeous quilt! I’ve been working on this very pattern (still in the piecing stage) so it’s a delight to see yours finished and looking so beautiful!

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