A free pattern for this quilt is available on our Articles page

Migration #11
Printable version

  • Copyright 2002 Caryl Bryer Fallert
  • Size:  18" high" X 24" wide
  • Materials: Fabric: 100% cotton Batting: 100% cotton
  • Techniques:Machine pieced, appliqued, and quilted
  • Private collection

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Design Concept

This is one of a series of quilts about what I think it would feel like to fly with a group of migrating birds. It is a miniature version of my 1995 American Quilters Society Best of Show quilt, Migration #2. A free pattern for this quilt is available on our ARTICLES page. The fabrics used in this quilt are from my original Glacier Park Splash and Ombre Stripe Collections from Benartex. The goose triangles are from the fossil fern collection from Benartex. The black birds are machine appliqued, and the free-motion quilting was done free-hand with no marking of the quilt top.


  • Benartex Booth, International Quilt Market 2002, Houston TX


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