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Oct Block of the Month
In Craftsy's first-ever Block of the Month, Amy Gibson brings you 10 specific quilting techniques - appliqué, string quilting, paper piecing and more.
There are two "versions" for the geese pattern: clockwise and counter-clockwise, Half your blocks are clockwise - the other 2 counter-clockwise. Unlike the friendship block for the circle of geese you use only one of the 2 different patterns to make all 4 squares. Regardless - you've come up with a unique version! Love your fabrics!!
I figured it's my quilt as long as I learn the the pattern what I do with it is up to me. Most of my squares have been right on some I had to add boarders. Not a problem I'm different so why shouldn't my quilt be different.
You got that right! Its your quilt - there are no quilt police! Make what makes you happy!
PS: The real problem lies in how light the patterns print. I went to www.piecebynumber.com directly and printed from there. They were also light but had all the lines and printing. I made copies using maxiumum dark to get pages I could use. I almost didn't notice the two "versions" because everything was so light. Don't fret. You're not the only one this happened to.
I like it and it looks great. Just make as if you meant it to be that way from the start. There are no wrongs in love and quilting
That just jumped off the page at me - a refreshingly different look - as banjolady said, there are no wrongs!
For some reason, I'm seeing a crab. I like it!
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