Here's some of my summertime adventures with PQA.
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For May, I had Dawnel's cute baby boy quilt. This is how I received it:
She painted the scene on the center block. If you look close enough, you'll notice that the moon's hat is striped blue and white with black outlines. I wanted to use that in the border I added.
Here's a closer look. All of the borders are fantastic. I love it!
I mitered those striped corners and they looked sharp!
For June, since we are half way through the year, we decided to get our own back and add to it what we felt it might need to help it through the rest of the year. I was excited about this because I had big plans for mine.
I cursed myself...
This is how I received it.
I did a 12" circle of flying geese for the center.
I really wanted to use the circle of geese again somehow but I wasn't sure how.
I made miniatures!
I copied the pattern at 50% and made them into 6" squares...
Lots and Lots of mini geese - goslings...
I won't go into detail about the hours spend and all the tiny pieces of fabric.... I was quite dizzy when I was through.
And, here's how I added them to the quilt. I wanted to elongate it some so it would be more usable for the kid's beds.
I like it so much I'm giddy!
Come back later on and I'll show you the others I did this summer.