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So this year I wanted to challenge myself. I have only been quilting for 3 years and there is so much still to learn.  I love love love flying geese and wanted to learn how to do them well. I have now completed 2 mini quilts that are all flying geese. I am now in love with them. Flying geese are amazing. Since I figured out how to do the flying geese I decided to tackle a quilt pattern I have always loved. The Swoon by Thimble Blossoms. Well my first block was tricky but I caught on fast. The directions are great very clear. And yesterday I finished my 9 blocks for my quilt.
Now to cut all the sashing. 
Since I was waiting for the last fabric for my last block (last minute design change) 
I decided to make a baby swoon. So the swoon block is big. Approx 24x24" so I made that block the focus and just bordered out the rest. I'm going to have this baby quilt long armed. I'll show you my progress shots 







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