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I was cruising around my favourite blogs on Thursday and I always
check the Let's Bee Social Post at Sew Free Quilts as I like to share what I
have been up to and see what others have been doing. There is a link in the
sidebar on the right handed side of my blog, have a look later there is plenty
to enjoy. This is where I found Cora's Quilts post on their Spring Sampler. It
started back in early April and they are up to block 5 this week, but I am
always looking at new projects and what they would look like in batik fabrics.
So I am going to have a go there is some catch up work to be done. They have
included a square in square tutorial and a flying geese tutorial to aid us in
the block construction. I haven't used this flying geese method so I am looking
forward to give this method a go. You can find the link in the sidebar on the
right handed side of my blog if you are interested in this project. I know it isn't Spring here in Australia but it may be Spring when I finish it.
Here are the fabrics I am going to
use. I used Shelley’s post on fabric selection to help me choose my fabrics.
From the top left 3 medium darks and bottom left 2 neutrals. Top right white solid and bottom right my dark fabrics.
My vibrant fabric selection I add 1 extra after I took the photo. Now I just have to catch up.