All four Cabin Quilts are done, Done, DONE! Happy day! I've already posted about my Bear Paw, Wonky Stars, Pluses...and now here is a little information on my Wonky Flying Geese Quilt. (If you haven't been following along, back in early 2014 I began making these 4 quilts to go in a bunk room here in Colorado.)
Just as with the other three Cabin Quilts, this one is made entirely out of Kona Cottons. The background is Kona Eggplant, the flying geese are Ivory and Sage, and the backing is Cayenne. I used my machine to bind the quilt in Wine. I machine quilted all of the quilts with lines spaced 1" apart.
Today I delivered these 4 quilts to their permanent home and it felt so good! This project has been about 18 months in the making and I'm happy with how everything turned out.
This is my first finish for Q2 of the Finish-A-Long with Adrienne from On the Windy Side.
I've finished my third quilt in my series of "Cabin Quilts": the Wonky Stars Quilt. You can read more about this quilt here. I finished this quilt top back in October of 2014 and then it sat in my "Work in Progress" pile while I quilted 2 of those quilt tops. I wanted all four of the cabin quilt tops to be completed before I started to quilt any of them. I did it this way so that I could study the completed tops all together and settle on one pattern for quilting all of them.
Like the other cabin quilts, this quilt is made entirely of Kona Cotton. The background is Kona Winsdor, the stars are Ivory, Bone, and Cloud. The backing for the quilt is Wine, and it is bound in Eggplant (my new absolute favorite Kona color).
As I did with my first two completed cabin quilts (Plus and Bear Paw), I quilted straight lines across the quilt, spaced 1 inch apart using my machine. Now on to the last quilt: my Wonky Flying Geese!!