Sunday, August 19, 2018

Louisiana

Remember that gaggle of geese from a few posts back?

Here's what's become of them.

They've turned into 16 nice twelve-inch Louisiana blocks.

This project needs lattice and cornerstones.  I'm thinking white-on-white for the lattices, like the background on the geese. And a nice variety of brights for the cornerstones.  And maybe a border, we'll see.

But it's going to be set aside for a bit before I can finish it.

These big blocks are much less likely to get lost than those wandering geese.

Feeling good about getting to this stage.

5 comments:

Barbara Anne said...

Delightful!

Hugs!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Much better than a lot of little geese blocks. I like these a lot!

Nann said...

Flying Geese are such versatile units. The Louisiana block is a great way to show them off.

LizA. said...

Lovely. Flying geese are so versatile.....

Janet O. said...

I really like what you have created. Why do I never think to do something like this when I have flying geese on hand? Will have to keep this in mind.