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Thread: Flying geese, how do YOU make yours?

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    Senior Member Zephyr's Avatar
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    flying geese

    The Ricky Timm One seam Flying Geese doesn't require any rulers, if you are trying to save on the dollars end of your quilt.
    Last edited by Zephyr; 11-09-2011 at 08:40 AM. Reason: missed spelled word

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    I used Eleanor Burns method also and have the rulers that make it quick and easy for me. I made the quilt "Bears in the Woods" and, let me tell you, you get to know her method quite well! Can't remember the number you have to make but it's a lot of them!
    She who dies with the most fabric didn't sew fast enough!

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    Kaye Wood has a wonderful method. Watch it on youtube. www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbtEigFY0r8 Kaye does not waste material and it really is easy.

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    OK you've jogged my memory that I bought a new ruler to make flying geese and haven't tried it yet. It's from www.PerfectCornerRuler.com and their website has a tutorial on how to use it.
    Joyce

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    I use Eleanor Burns method and rulers-every thing comes out even.

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    I make mine into a paperpiece. I don't like to put all the small pieces together but I love to paperpiece.
    SMILE- it will make everyone wonder what you are up to.
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    I feel imitated by flying geese, but now wondering what I am missing by avoiding them. I am going to bookmark this thread for sure!
    Quilting makes me happy!..

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    Ricky Timms one seam method every time!!!!
    Hilary

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    I am making a FG border for a quilt so I will need a lot of them. With a lot of experimenting, I found this method to be the easiest with the least waste. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOoB3...eature=related

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    I actually paper piece my flying geese, some of you may think what a pain in the !@? but I enjoy paper piecing and I can adjust the size on my computer them print the papers needed.

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