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I just picked up that book a couple of weeks ago and have already don't some stitching from it. Doesn't it just make you want to find an excuse to embroider something?Love that red fabric by the way.
Oooee, I love that last combo of the metro living in red and loulouthi in blue. Will have to remember that, thanks!
Gorgeous, gorgeous colors! Those geese make me a happy girl.
this IS one gorgeous combination of fabrics!
I LOVE flying geese and yours are so bright! Out of curiosity, do you know what that red fabric is? I have some and can't recall what it is, which is making it hard to reorder :)!
I've made a few items from that book....it's a really good one!
Elaine - the red fabric is a Metro Living print by Robert Kaufman. You should have good luck finding it!
Inspiring post. I'm definitely going to check out A Rainbow of Stitches.I loved to embroider as a young girl. I'm so excited that it is making a comeback!
Great looking book and quilts! Love the colors in the blocks you are working on!
That peacock feather is gorgeous.
That book looks fantastic, I really need a good embroidery book. Are those flying geese meant for a swoon block?
Amazing how just a peek at a few images can be so inspiring ~ thanks for sharing!
I realize that the dark brown space between your geese is not intended to be viewed as part of the design, but it got my wheels spinning!
Flying Geese are not my favorite. Yours look great.
I just checked that book out from the library and I love it. Such fun designs. I'm trying to teach myself how to embroider...haha! It's definitely a long process for me!