Been working on this as a BOM for about four months now. Its my hand work project. I like to do appliqué, there, I said it. This quilt pattern by Sue Garman is relatively easy, her instructions are well written and it would probably work in a variety of different color ways. Blue and white would be pretty, or a holiday/winter theme with some gold thrown in. Since I am doing this as a BOM, the shop chooses the colors. Each month there is another ring to do, plus a few of the border blocks (the ones on the left). There are an awful lot of flying geese around the edge. Sometimes I think they forget what they sent the previous month and send the same fabrics. I have been using some of my own pinks and greens, and it looks a bit more scrappy. Here’s what it will resemble when I’m done:
Yep. There are a lot of geese.
Linking up with Judy at Patchwork Times today.
2 thoughts on “Coxcomb Medallion Progress”
This is truly a beautiful quilt and you are off to a great start! Love your colors.
I agree with Kris… this is beautiful. I love applique, too, and have looked at Sue’s patterns a lot. The only one I have made is her Classic Santas, but I made them in wool. Have fun with all of those flying geese. 🙂
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