Mini Quilt of the Month, July: Flying Geese | Purl Soho

It might seem counterintuitive, but summer is really a lovely time for making quilts. Working with crisp cool cotton and going at your own pace is a wonderfully relaxing warm weather pastime. When the weather heats up, it feels natural to work on patchwork projects in measured stages. One night you might cut the pieces, the next day perhaps you can sew a few of them together, a week later it’s time to piece the blocks and so on. Summer just seems to demand this more relaxed approach, and we’re happy to comply!

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