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Sew Along Flying Geese

Hello, We are so close to finished !!

This week we focus on flying geese.

You can use lots of your leftovers and place colours where they need to go to balance the quilt. Cut and place a few at a time so that you can move and add them to get the look that you want.


You will need 32 in total



A sample of the original flying geese


Here is this weeks video


Flying Geese Border - YouTube


And this weeks instructions

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Cutting and Construction

Cut 32 pairs of background half square triangles (64 pieces in total)

Cut 32 flying geese out of various fabrics used in the quilt


Section M - set of 13

Sew 13 geese together to make this section it is at the top right of the quilt


Section N - set of 5

Sew 5 geese together to make this section it is at the top left of the quilt


Section O - set of 5

Sew 10 geese together to make this section it is at the middle left of the quilt


Section P - set of 4

Sew 4 geese together to make this section it is at the bottom left of the quilt


Background

To section N - set of 5

Add a 4.5 * 4.5 inch rectangle to the top


To section O - set of 10

Add a 10.5 * 4.5 inch rectangle to the top


To section P - set of 4

Add a 2.5 * 4.5 inch rectangle of background to the bottom

Add a 10.5 * 4.5 inch rectangle to the top


Join the O set to the bottom of the N set

Join the above N and O Set to the top of the P set


Set this unit aside


To section M - set of 13

Add 4.5 * 4.5 inch rectangle to the right of the strip


Add 2 rectangles each 4.5 inches high by 10.5 inches wide. If you have enough background left this can be one piece 4.5 inches high by 20.5 inches wide. Watch if your fabric is directional.




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