To be a useful size, I needed to add borders to the flying geese units. This served a two fold purpose, make it bigger, and to make the flying geese look more attractive.
I was going to do a border in three colour, but chose to repeat the blue. You can't really tell in this photo, but there are lighter tones to the dark blue, which match the colours in the centre. This is now ready to be sandwiched and quilted. Fortunately, the other colour I bought, is big enough to use as the backing, and I've just got a piece of batting leftover from a previous project that is the perfect size.
As you can see, Finley wasn't going to move for anything when I was trying to see if this was big enough. He did move his nose, as he didn't want it under the edge.
As an extra bonus, I even got another crumb block to add to my growing pile.