A Journey Through The Past
Finished! My fall migration quilt of flying geese blocks! After humming plenty of Neil Young during its creation, I’ve titled it “Journey Through The Past” because isn’t that what the fall & winter are best for? Mulling cider & wine & memories?
Flying geese are a great way to use up scraps from quilting projects past. Taking inspiration from Suzy Quilts’ Fly Away pattern, I used leftover cotton and linen fabrics from the log cabin wedding quilt and starburst anniversary quilt.
For the backing, I discovered a yarn-dyed, bittersweet red cotton fabric at Brooklyn General Store. This fabric is so soft, and a great fall/winter weight. I’ve got a predilection for warm-colored bed linens like orange and yellow because I believe they warm the thoughts as well as the body.
Deep Thoughts: Are these flying geese coming or going? If each “goose” (triangle) represents a memory, are the light-colored geese newly formed memories or ghosts of memories past?
This has depth, texture and tells a beautiful story. Absolutely stunning quilt!
Thank you so much, Suzy!!
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