Since I still can't decide how to quilt the Charley Harper quilt, I started a new project to keep myself busy. I saw this Circle of Geese pattern on The Sometimes Crafter a while back. I immediately loved the look of the pattern and thought it would be a fun project for trying out foundation piecing.
I'm spending a lot of time holding blocks up to the light to get to get the pieces positioned just right. I finally realized I could save myself a lot of grief by pinning the individual pieces along the seam line and flipping them over to make sure they would cover what they were supposed to.
Stitching along the lines - this is a perfectionist's dream!
A stack of half-completed sections after pressing.
If you're interested in doing one of these, the original pattern can be found here. The pattern provided is for a 12" block. I wanted mine to be a little smaller (8"), so I shrunk it down so that the quarter sections are 4".