Project Quilting Season 7 Challenge 6: Flying Geese in a Monkey Wrench

17 03 2016

It’s the last Project Quilting challenge. 😦



My craft table was a mess of scraps from the Rocky Horror challenge, so guess what some of them became: a couple of flying geese and a monkey wrench, of course!

i decided to experiment with straight pencil quilting and play with the row width to add in a mock black geese background and a bit of design detail. The fabric is from Grunge Basics by BasicGrey for Moda Fabrics.


And with that, the season comes to a close … for me. For Kim, the work continues. I want to thank her for the crazy amount of inspiration she has provided myself and many other quilters. Check out her blog. Click on some stuff. Support your local quilt artists. 💗




9 responses

17 03 2016
Kim Lapacek

I absolutely love this quilt!

17 03 2016

Aw, thanks! It’s amazing what can be made from scraps. 😉

19 03 2016
Janet Hartje

Love your color choices. The red really pops.

23 03 2016


20 03 2016

From scraps to treasure–this was a really fun design from the colors to the lines of your quilting. Lots of fun!

23 03 2016

Thanks! It was fun to make. The raw edge applique makes it really easy to use the small scraps that would go in the trash.

20 03 2016
Vicki Steffe

Love this! is your background fabric hand dyed? I’m looking at the floor around my sewing table and thinking about all those scraps….

23 03 2016

I forgot to add this to the post (thanks for the reminder). The fabric is Grunge Basics by BasicGrey for Moda Fabrics.

23 03 2016
Rocky Horror Quilt Challenge | ~enjoy the journey~

[…] This is what I did with some of the scraps. […]

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