I am working on the the Pink Lemonaide quilt by Eleanor burns and it seems the entire quilt is made up of flying geese, 96 of them!!! I dicided I would do something totally out of character this time, and follow the instructions in the book exactly. Well, some of you may know that Eleanor makes her flying geese by cutting a square 9" and another 7.5", etc. etc. It seems very labor intensive to me but being one who has avoided flying geese whenever she could...I would LOVE to know opinions of the seasoned quilters out there and which method of making flying geese seems the most accurate and fastest to them. Thanks in advance for all your opinions, I really want to know this! This will not be the last time I face a flock of flying geese, and next time I want to be ready!