InstructionsSorry no special instructions. I wanted to give a graduation gift to my niece and found some cotton sheets for an ink-jet printer. The black ink cartridge is on the fritz, so it created a more abstract rendition of the photo. I wanted to frame it for a wall hanging - essentially a series of flying geese, a border and binding (first time I've done binding and it was very easy).
Type of item: Home Decor
Style: Whimsical, Mod
Fat Quarters of "Montecito" from Connecting Threads, ink-jet printable cotton sheets (8.5 x 11), coordinating cotton threads.
What was your inspiration?
My niece graduating from HS - she's a happy, gentle, and very centered young woman.
What are you most proud of?
Although self-designed as it evolved, I was able to make all the pieces come together by keeping track of the measurements and math of each section. I also paid attention to details at the end to make the binding and back loops for hanging - in all very polished.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Graph paper and a good quilter's ruler are essential. Calculate each step of the way to make the flying geese fit.