Monday, January 5, 2009

Geese in the Forest

"Huh?", you say?

Remember Tokyo's Triangles?
If you don't, here's a peek:
Tokyo Triangles Quilt Design
Let me backtrack...
The best freezer paper foundation piecing tutorial I've found on the web and have been referring the "Dear Baby Janers" to right from the start has disappeared!
I've been toying with the idea of writing my own and this was just the kick in the butt I needed.
So...in looking for a simple block to use in the tutorial, I remembered TT.
This block is the result of hours of sewing and photographing each little step.
Geese in the Forest
I'm VERY excited about making this quilt now!
I've renamed it "Geese in the Forest" and I think I'm going to make it in all solids.
(As soon as I can access the *&^! external hard drive, I'll get going on that tute, because you all want to know how to freezer paper foundation piece, right?)

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13 comments:

  1. Looks fabulous! I can't wait to see the tutorial..... Thanks so much!

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  2. How cute! Your green polka dot tree is my favorite.

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  3. I've always wanted to learn to paper piece, just never have taken the time to do so. This is the same kick in the butt you needed lol...can't wait for your tutorial!

    Love that pattern...may just have to make on once you teach me how to paper piece ;-)

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  4. Can't wait to see the tutorial! Your trees (and is the red one a goose?) look awesome!

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  5. Yes please! Believe it or not, I spent way too much time at the computer yesterday looking for a freezer paper peiceing tutorial!

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  6. this is the BEST design. i love it!

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  7. Absolutely we want to know -- that little block is adorable. And it warms my heart to know that someone else has a "*&^! external hard drive" LOL!

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  8. I have always wanted to learn foundation piecing - seriously! So I hope you can complete your tutorial. I really love the tree block you created so far. Wonderful shapes and colors!

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  9. that is going to be one stunning quilt when you finish it!

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  10. Beautiful triangles! And I can hardly wait to see the tute!

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  11. Just as soon as I finish the bazillion other projects I have laying around, I'm gonna do this!

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