Show and tell…

Lisa Deering sent me this photo of her finished Baby Bullseye quilt. Isn’t it wonderful!!!!

From Lisa: I guess shelter-in-place is as good of a time as any to get things finished. I used a facing on the edges and attached it to the wall with Command Strips (removing the adhesive and hand stitching one side of the strips to the facing of the quilt).
The border geese are done in a rather large print which makes it look like they are moving around on the quilt. Of course one goose is going in the wrong direction just for fun.

Truth be told, I had to hunt and hunt for the geese flying backwards and even now, when I know where it is, I have to look for it. That big print does indeed add a lot of movement and it’s really good!

12 thoughts on “Show and tell…

  1. How neat! I also like that Lisa used squares in the corners. It gives a breather to the eyes and really defines (for me) those rows of flying geese. Thanks for the idea!


  2. This may be a stupid question but could you post how to place a picture on Show and Tell? I have looked at the Website and can’t find the right button!


  3. What great fabric choices! To me, the center rather resembles a globe, giving a great jumping-off point for day-dreaming as my eyes move across this lovely, lively quilt.


  4. Now that is really a “bullseye”! The color placement really draws you eye to the center. Took a couple minutes, but I did find the backward goose. Says you don’t take yourself too seriously.


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