Progress continues on my version of the Museum Medallion quilt--my only project for the month of December, so I hope you guys don't tire of seeing it for a few more weeks! Here it is from last week:
|Museum Medallion as of last week.|
Here it is today:
|Museum Medallion today, currently measures 67" square.|
|Flying geese border layout.|
I really like how the geese add another pointy shape to the quilt. (I made 25 geese per side, the geese measured 4"x 2.25" so they finished at 3.5"x 1.75", and then I added 3/4" strip of fabric to each end of the geese row to make it the right size).
|Flying geese border sewn on, with fancy cornerstones. I like how the cornerstones look like goose roundabouts.|
The last pieced border is a drunkard's path block:
|One done, 175 to go!|
The cutting of these is so fiddly, but hopefully they sew up nicely! Fingers crossed I can finish the quilt top by next week, but I always have grand expectations of my productivity, haha.