I am overrun with leftover fabric, donated fabric, scaps, etc. I decided to do something about it. I was inspired by Karen of Anna Lena Land. She has a Facebook page called Quilt Block A Day. This year she is doing Flying Geese. She has a wonderful tutorial on her blog. I got busy and every morning before work I make eight flying geese. It takes about 10-15 minutes. I've been using up scraps and small pieces of fabric. At first I tried to color coordinate but then I just decided to go for it, pull fabric and start cutting. I usually have all the squares cut and those that need to be ironed done either the night before or I have even cut enough for a whole week. Then in the morning I can just sew. I've found her instructions and measurements very accurate and easy to follow.
Being organized is not one of my strengths but......
Scary......I know where everything is! I even keep the instructions and pictures of flying geese quilts that I like in the container.
I now have quite a few geese flying around my quilt room. I'm not sure what I will do with them yet but Karen has been posting some wonderful ideas.
Have a great week. If you live in the Pacific Northwest try to stay dry or out of the snow.