Several years ago I decided to cut most of my
reproduction fabrics in usable pieces and get them
out of my stash.
Reproduction fabrics are not my favorites
and I wanted to use them and move them along.
Several quilts were made from the different pieces,
but I still have a bag of pieces left.
In this bag were a bunch of Flying Geese that I had made.
Why I made them, I have no idea.
I don't know if I had something in mind
or was just making Flying Geese because I like to make them.
out came the pile
and this quilt top was made.
I realized as I was sewing all of these geese together
that I was making a scrappy quilt!
It's a monochromatic scrappy quilt,
but scrappy, none the less.
(Scrappy Quilts are not my favorite to make.)
All of these geese look so nice all
lined up in formation.
They haven't told me where they are going yet.
A backing will be found and this one will be finished to donate.
Even the outer border is scrappy!
These pieces were in this bag of parts, too,
and will soon be sewn into a top.
I'm not sure how large this one will be,
but piles are disappearing from my Hidey Hole!
Just so you know, I haven't abandoned my bright
and bold fabrics.
This is going to be something fun!
I'm linking to Design Wall Monday today.