I am not going to do more than back, quilt and bind. While not perfect not too bad. My experimental staggered geese were only 1 x 2. I think I will call it the Goose Chase Mug Rug.
I still had one more mug rug to make for my swap. In Michigan it is apple orchard time. Many orchards press their own cider, make cider donuts, and add hay rides, corn mazes, petting zoos and it is quite the festival. Dh insists we go to a specific orchard and we purchased 1 1/2 bushels of apples this year. These apples are not for cooking, they are for eating. The name is Mutsu they are not commercial apples, they are not "pretty enough", but they have a wonderful flavor, not quite as tart as a Granny Smith, but not as sweet as a Golden Delicious. Lovely firm flesh.
Because it is cider season I thought a mug rug would be appropriate.
The post man left a package yesterday and inside it were oodles of goodies. I won 20 fat quarters from Island Batiks from the Twisting to the 60's With Batiks blog hop.
A cute window cling, and note cards.
Dh just looked and smiled, shaking his head and asked, "What is the saturation point for fabric?" I just smiled, mentioned I live in a 5 bedroom home, and texted my daughter. Oh and he went out to grab some cleaner to clean up my newest acquisition. More on that another time.
I have accomplished lots the last couple of days. I love it when I feel like I see progress.