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Thread: Back after twelve months away

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    welcome back from se Texas
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    Welcome back from NC!
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    Welcome back from central Florida. Billie Lauder is on www.youtube.com with quick quilting tricks with a really quick and easy way to make flying geese. Good luck.
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    Welcome from Ma.

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    Hello Mal, welcome back! I hope we will see pictures of your quilts!
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    One piece flying geese

    This is a good way to do the flying geese in one piec.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78Mu0C_QL8Y



    Quote Originally Posted by malfromcessnock View Post
    Hello board members - back after twelve months.

    My interest in quilting remains and over the last fortnight I have made two quilt tops (well almost) and I would like you to direct me to the correct place within your forum framework where I can ask advice about a few problems I am having.

    One of the tops is simply 6" squares pieced awaiting borders - procrastinating as to colour selection. The other is an attempt at flying geese which I'm having a few problems with.

    They are for two of my grandchildren - important to me, but I see them as a good way to develop technique.

    Please direct me to the correct sub forum where I can post images and questions.

    All the best, good to be back - Mal

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    A warm welcome back from North Central Washington in the U.S.!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Z View Post
    This is a good way to do the flying geese in one piec.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78Mu0C_QL8Y
    Excellent - looks like it doubles your fabric usage tho (am I right?)

    Love to see a man sew
    Cheers, Mal from Cessnock AU

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    Quote Originally Posted by IrishNY View Post
    Welcome back from NC!
    Another great method to make Flying Geese - I used the method illustrated by Eleanor Burns which seems to use a little of Billie's and a little of Ricky's.

    Thanks again to everyone for your kind welcome back.

    So much to learn...
    Cheers, Mal from Cessnock AU

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    Welcome back from Michigan!
    Jojos Nana, Carol

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