(Goosey Goosey Gander, Whither Shall I Wander? )
It's a flimsy!
80 x 80
These Sawtooth Stars started out as Flying Geese that I had been making as a Rainbow Scrap Challenge project from 4.5 inch scraps. I've been making them since March 2016. I should also mention that I had a few "rules" for making the Flying Geese from scraps. If the RSC color of the month was a primary color it got points of a secondary color and vice versa.
In September I blogged about making some and had no idea what I would do with the growing pile. Nann (With Strings Attached) and Libby (Life on the Hill) commented that they make nice star points. I hadn't even thought of that. Good idea!!!
In October I made it my One Monthly Goal to dig into the rest of my 4.5 inch scraps and make Flying Geese into Sawtooth Stars and then make Sawtooth Stars into a quilt top.
Maybe I should call it Wrinkled Geese instead of Wandering Geese. Even after ironing those old scraps stayed wrinkled. (Really...I did iron this. I had to clean off the ironing board to do so since I only had enough room to iron a small block before cleaning. )
I spy scraps from a pirate quilt, a Christmas quilt, a Halloween quilt, a Snowball/Nine Patch quilt, Monster High pillowcases, Halloween pillowcases and Trick or Treat bags, Food Jar quilt, Featherbed quilt, Basket quilt, potholders ...
Now on to find a backing...probably a scrappy one.
And I'm going to figure out what to do with the rest of the 4.5 inch scraps so I can eliminate that
tripping hazard box from the tiny sewing room.
At the end of the month linking to:
One Monthly Goal (OMG) at Elm Street Quilts.