A couple of months ago I taught a quilting class at my mom's store that focused on the flying geese block. It's one of my favorite quilting blocks and I typically prefer the method of sewing four at a time, making them super speedy. For the class, I decided to have no plan for the quilt I was going to make with the exception of the fabric choices. I wanted to do something for my daugther since she was outgrowing her baby quilt.
I just can't get enough of this mustard color these days so I used it as the base and just went to town piecing the quilt together. After the flying geese blocks were made I just started adding in scraps to make the quilt a bigger size. For the back I also carried over fabric yardage I had left over, just continuing to piece randomly.
I got the chance to quilt it on the longarm quilting machine and went with a random assortment of loops and squares.