I am so happy :)
I have now caught up with all of the rows that have been revealed so far with
Bee In My Bonnet's
Row 5 is a filler row of
A total of 48 bright little flying geese
all stitched together,
looking all ready to fly
South for the winter.
Lori offers a great tutorial on the
"Fast Flying Geese Method".
I had never tried this method before, and it was fun
to learn a new technique.
Lori used an Omnigrid Clear Marking Ruler to mark 1/4-inch lines
away from the center of the block.
Because I don't have the ruler, I improvised and used my
After I stitched, the lines disappeared with the touch of an iron.
* if you want to see a little more about the pen
see Sept 3rd post
With Row 5 sitting next to the previous 4 rows, the quilt is really starting to take shape.
Lori announced we have some fun rows to look forward to:
flowers, spools, fall leaves, mugs, and baskets
are coming next!
(along with some filler rows)
A new row will be revealed every 2 weeks.
It's never too late to join in on
The Row Along
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