This week I have moved on to
Step 6: Cut all the string squares into triangles and trim to size.
Step 7: Remove all the paper foundations pieces. The instructions for this pattern called for a small stitch length and I am happy to find that it comes in very handy when removing the paper foundations. Its as if the paper were perforated and they peel off very easily.
Step 8: Cut out my geese "wings" out of the gold toned fabric and start to finish off my flying geese sections.
Since this is a scrap quilt I don't know how far the number of geese I have will take me but I am anxious to see a finished product so I will stitch these together and make whatever size quilt I can.
I have 4 more steps to go to make this a true 12 step program and I hope that I will be able to make my way to the end of the road with this project. If you drop in please leave a comment and feel free to give out suggestions. What has helped you work through a project to the end? Are you a UFO (unfinished object) collector or do you work through one project at a time?
I hope that you have a smooth trip down "life in the craft lane" and are inspired to jump "on the wagon" with me and find a creative use for your scraps.