Pink Flying Geese #2 – a Mini Finish


Yes, you’ve seen this before. And pretty recently, too! I made a flying geese mini quilt for my pink swap partner on Instagram, and while I was cutting out hers, I cut out my own as well. And then I actually got it together in a timely fashion! I know, I’m amazed, too. But I’m also determined to clear out the bin of mini projects, because it’s nice to have a fast finish. And nice just to not have as many projects laying around.

It’s almost exactly the same, except a different Tula Pink binding. I debated a different quilting scheme, but nothing else seemed right, so I went with what I knew worked. It’s based on this design, with instructions to do it “my way” on my previous post.

I’m trying to take better pictures, with a better background and being mindful of my light and shadows. However, CC doesn’t care much.

The grey background is Hawthorne Threads’ in-house arrows collection. I don’t know what the aqua is – not quite enough selvage on my scrap piece. The pinks are Lizzy House butterflies, Sandy Gervais leftover charm, unknown polka dots, Lizzy House pearl bracelets, Heather Ross Mendocino, unknown chevron.

It’s 15″ square and ready to go up on my wall!

See also: Finish It Up Friday, Whoop WhoopTGIFF, Needle & Thread ThursdayMonday Making, Main Crush MondayFabric Tuesday, Scraptastic Tuesday, Tips and Tutorials TuesdayOh Scrap!Finish Along {list}

8 thoughts on “Pink Flying Geese #2 – a Mini Finish”

Judy Blauer

Cute as the dickens!


I love it! No wonder you wanted one for yourself. Thanks for linking up to #scraptastictuesday

Celtic Thistle Stitches

How neat to make a twin, and a lovely one at that!


Very pretty! Did you change up your blog and I just noticed?!

Lynette Caulkins

Yay for one for yourself 🙂 I need to make more minis for myself to jazz my wall up a bit more.


This is definitely cute enough to make two. I’m glad you have one to keep.


It’s lovely!! Great colors and pattern and especially I love the quilting lines. Great finish!


Very pretty! I love that binding fabric. I had to look close to be sure it wasn’t a decorative stitch of some type.

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