At this point this post is going to be fairly bare bones … I’ll come back and add more details in tomorrow or Sunday. I was super lucky to get a go through a great 2015 cleanse this morning via the stomach flu. But – I really wanted to share with you my Project QUILTING quilt. I call it ‘Curvy Geese Trees’ (unless Trisha has a better name she’d like to suggest …) I was inspired by the Project QUILTING ‘Tree’ Challenge AND the Prairie Heritage Quilt Guild ‘Curves’ challenge. We had to incorporate the chevron red/yellow/blue/green/orange fabric into our design that also followed the theme ‘curves’. I used Jeli Quilts’ Double Goose Paper Pieced pattern to create my geese trees. I love my little geese trees! I have one that just used the inner geese for one small tree. And then I did a double geese for the bigger trees. I free motion quilted the quilt using my Bernina 750 and three different shades of Aurifil thread. UPDATE 1/10/15 Turns out … I wasn’t quite done with my quilt when I posted this on Friday. This quilt wasn’t finished until I added a little glitz … Some sequins to be precise. They add just the right amount of pop!