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this is a wall hanging that a friend of mine did to celebrate Canada's 150. This piece is about 40" across. It was a bit challenging to figure out how to divide it up and then what to do in the areas.

I used the geese as an inspiration. She was very pleased.

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Wow, you are an over achiever (I mean that in the best possible way).  I love it,  so unique.


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I recognize the geese since I just finished my "Homecoming" wall hanging (finally!). I love the completely different layout in this quilt, your friend did a great job. And your quilting is absolutely wonderful, I love the texture and movement it creates. The "V" is genius.


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2 hours ago, Marie0722 said:

I recognize the geese since I just finished my "Homecoming" wall hanging (finally!). I love the completely different layout in this quilt, your friend did a great job. And your quilting is absolutely wonderful, I love the texture and movement it creates. The "V" is genius.

yes she  did the homecoming project also the geese were perfect for here project .Bernice


 

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Terry

I like how you have some of the geese wings extending through your sideways V.  It gives real depth to the quilting.  Though I am a little confused...do I read Canada left to right or around the circle?  Either case wonderful job of quilting this impressive quilt.

Cagey


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3 minutes ago, Cagey said:

Terry

I like how you have some of the geese wings extending through your sideways V.  It gives real depth to the quilting.  Though I am a little confused...do I read Canada left to right or around the circle?  Either case wonderful job of quilting this impressive quilt.

Cagey

Hi Cagey This was a customers quilt. This is what I had to work with. The wings had to extend into the V or the V  would have been wonky. it is hard to figure out the areas I wanted to divide on the circle.As for the lettering  yes she said to read starting on the top  and go around to the bottem.

 

 


 

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