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Thread: 1 Seam 3D Flying Geese

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    Super Member sondray's Avatar
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    http://horizonquiltpatterns.com/3d1seam.htm

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    That makes a nice goose...........I just might do this...........I'm thinking of other uses hmmmmmmm thanks :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruth Camp
    That makes a nice goose...........I just might do this...........I'm thinking of other uses hmmmmmmm thanks :D
    I think it's pretty cool too!
    Was reading the directions on it, and it confused the heck outta me, but that's pretty easy to do. I'll have to try it tho.

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    Yes, I say pretty cool too!

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    Ok, I was having a "DUH" moment. I think it was late when I was reading it. Yes, actually it was. I saw the post after I posted my quilt top. I just re-read the directions and now it makes sense.

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    I just used this technique on a table runner and it looks cool if, once the blocks are together but before quilting it, you slightly turn back the folded part and slightly curve it then edge stitch it. Gives things a curved appearance.

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    Interesting way to do the geese. I will be needing to make tons..but need them to be 1" x 2"..wonder how I would figure out what size SF & GF to cut for that finished size?

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