I quilted it with wacky, wavy, organic lines in a light blue thread, and used my favorite blue and white print for the backing and binding. To make finishing it even faster, I machine stitched the binding both to the back and the front, and I like how it turned out!
I decided it would make a nice table topper for the outdoor door table on our deck, which is where we eat most of our meals throughout the summer.
It's always a good feeling to have a little finish to share - especially a WiP that was just a pile of blocks a few days ago!
Oh - and one more fun photo from my photographer husband - my little penguins!
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Your pinquins and the mini are amazing. Thanks for sharing. I must try flying geese for the first time!!!
I thought I was the only one who was math challenged in piecing quilts! Very cute table topper. Enjoy your time outside, summer goes too fast as fast as I'm concerned. Blessings, Gretchen
If you hadn't confessed to faulty math, no one would ever know you hadn't designed the whole thing purposely. Very nifty finish!
Another pretty little finish! It looks so cute with those flowers on your table. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!
This little topper makes me smile, and I like the way you've quilted it! You'll enjoy this - great finish!
What a pretty little table topper... perfect for the summer! Christine x
That looks terrific on your patio table! I plan to make a little tabletopper (shh don't tell) as one of my Lake fabric projects. And one project is going to have geese in it, duh, of course...might have to copy you?!
Great geese! Clever design, and it looks great on the table!
The perfect mat for your table. Love that snowflake fabric around those cute penguins.
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