I tried a new technique with this project. Rather than dividing the pattern into often oddly shaped pieces, I opted for panels. Let me tell you, it really made a big difference when sewing all the sections together. All the panels lined up perfectly (well perfectly for me) and was quite a bit easier to stitch together.
"The Old Road to Home", measures 45" x 70" unquilted.
The gray geese are also sewn together and ready to be quilted. Now to get this one quilted as well as it's mate, the bird house. Methinks these guys will get along well together.
Now to get busy with the quilting part. I do know I want to use silk batting for light, summer quilts. What I don't yet know, what to use for the backs. Try as I may to choose a softer, neutral, perhaps solid backing, I keep pulling out all sorts of my old large scale, patterned Alexander Henry fabrics. Can an old girl ever get on board with the new ways?