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Thread: Flying Geese - yet another method

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    Flying Geese - yet another method

    I came across this method of making a flying geese block... works well for a small piece of work, not so sure that I would want to use it for a large quilt but most definitely worth a look:

    http://acuppaandacatchup.com/2012/10...tion-tutorial/

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    that's a pretty clear tut on the 5-minute block/flying geese block. thanks for sharing
    Nancy in western NY

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    That's a neat way of doing flying geese that I've never seen before. Thanks for the info.

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    Thats pretty cool. Thanks

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    If you fold over the triange edge give a whole dif look. Fun to do
    If you don't work on it you'll never finish it.

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    I like to use this method as it is fun and fast; just know that you will have extra bulk when quilting. Not a problem with machine quilting on a domestic home machine, though. I also like the extra dimension that it adds. And it's a great substitute for Prairie Points.
    Stephanie in Mena

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    That looks like Ricky Tim's method also. Thanks for the tute

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