In October I blogged about these little pink weights, see them setting all pretty and perfect and ready to do the job there on my shelf next to my tea cup? They're just so handy to keep fabric in place when sewing or ironing. I use them all the time.
And every time I used them it never occurred to me to wonder what was inside those cute little nubbins.......
But evidently somebody else in the house was curious about them.....
I've pieced enough of the little blocks that make up the Goose in the Pond center blocks of Toulouse to begin to wonder what is the best use of the fabric that I have.
(To see original pattern look below at January 8th post.)
You get to help me decide! There are three choices, the differences are subtle. The red seems a little strong to me but I'm hoping it tones down when all the piecing is done and the outer geese are added.
Choice # 1 - Identical blue HSTs in each corner, matching pairs of green HSTs .
Choice #2 - Blue HSTs still in each corner, but no longer identical, green HSTs also in same place but scrappy. (FYI, I only have 3 different blue fabrics and 9 different green fabrics)
Choice #3 - Scrappy, green and blue HSTs mixed up, no pattern.
So what do you think would be the best use of my Maison de Noel fabric?
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