I mixed up the corner squares on the borders and didn't realize it until after I had sewn the geese to the pinwheel. Oh well.
When the SAHRR started, I pulled the light background orphans out of the orphan box. I have used most of those orphans in this quilt.
Next week is the display of the quilt flimsys. I know my quilt won't be quilted but I will have a flimsy to show you. My quilt has been made in a row by row fashion.
Linking to 2023 SAHRR Linky Party, To Do Tuesday, Midweek Makers, Wednesday Wait Loss, Needle & Thread Thursday, Put Your Foot Down
You are using so many orphaned blocks creatively and it is going to be one very interesting quilt when it is done. Love the colours and they are beautiful. Have a wonderful day.
Your block is beautiful! Can’t wait to see your flimsy 💙
Your new block is beautiful, Gretchen.
Great block. If you had not admitted it, none of us would have known that you mixed the corners up. LOL Looking forward to seeing your flimsy.
Love the creativity of the flying geese around the pinwheel!!!
I look forward to seeing your flimsy in the parade!
Lovely block and so creative! Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss, my weekly show and tell linkup.
I like Row by Row quilts. Yours will be very different from others and pretty
Can't wait to see these all together. I see nothing wrong with the pinwheel block.
I love those blue geese! Such a fun project.
Gretchen I'm really enjoying seeing your progress on your SAHRR. I love the way you are managing to use up those orphan blocks and make it all work so well together. Hope this week has been going well. Thank you for linking with toDo Tuesday.
No one, but you and the SAHRR quilters will know that those corner squares got flipped. If it's any consolation, I did the something similar when sewing my Pinwheel block for this round. I'm SEW looking forward to your quilt top reveal, Gretchen!!
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