Monday, March 26, 2018
Saturday was my regular bee meeting day but the center where we meet was having a large meeting, and the room was not available.
So, since I had put together some things I wanted to work on during the meeting, I decided to dedicate three hours to working on it - at home!
This flying geese quilt top has been folded up and "laying-in-waiting" for a long time now.
I started it in 2012 (read the post here), and when I put the final brown strips on I put it aside til I could decide what to do for a final border.
I decided on a homespun/plaid piano key border, and I had been piecing these strips together off and on - whenever the mood struck me. No hurry at all to finish this!
During my bee-time I pieced twosies, to foursies - enough to make several 6" wide groups.
The foursies got pieced into long strips, to be trimmed down to a slightly narrower size because some of my edges were sorta wavy.
Unfortunately, that's the nature of homespun!
So that was my bee day - sew forth and sew on til later!