It didn't take long to finish all the flying geese for 'Easy Street', as I'm only making half the number Bonnie suggests. I used the rulers she suggests, which mean cutting triangles and sewing them together instead of the (more wasteful) method with squares. I don't know why I practise economy, when I really need to get using my stash! But, just as a leopard can't change its spots, a scrappy quilter can't bear to waste fabric! I'm very satisfied with what I've done so far. Now on to the PIG.
Here it is - nearly finished, but just needing a bit of sewing of hexagons on the edge and a few extra ones inserting on the corners. I quickly zig-zagged the hexagons on, layered and quilted it in the ditch. (Not all the ditches, just enough to hold it together!)
And here it is in all its glory! I put a scrappy binding on it, and it looks gorgeous! The colour choices show a flair for colour, and I'm sure that Sue will be very pleased at the result. Is this a case of making a silk quilt out of a PIG's ear?!