Circle of Geese Pezzy Print Mini Quilt
I drew the lucky number and won two free yards of fabric from Remnants here in Austin thanks to this little paper piecing adventure. You can take a go at it yourself by using the free template.
My other finish for today is another Summer Sampler Series block. This is the Six Pointed Star block. I decided not to make the string quilt version.
This block is going towards a charity quilt from the Austin Modern Quilt Guild. I wasn't really happy with the first block I made to donate. I liked the fabric that I used, but I wished that I had put more effort into the design of the block. I had a bit of an epiphany at that point. Just because it's for charity doesn't mean that it shouldn't be your very best work. You should love what you make even if it's being donated to someone you don't know.
Since then, my donation blocks take just as high a priority as the things I make for myself or loved ones. I pulled yellow charm squares from my piles of color wheel charm square swap fabric to make this yellow block, and I'm very pleased with the way it turned out. I starched everything as I went, and this block could stand up straight and walk away on its own if it wanted.
I hope you have a weekend of starching and sewing ahead of you! I'm linking up with Quilt Matters, Under the Table and Dreaming, Canoe Ridge Creations, and Sew Happy Geek.