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Thread: Flying Geese Paper?

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    Flying Geese Paper?

    While online looking for HST paper, I noted that one company offers papers for creating Flying Geese. Has anyone used these? If so, how did it come out?

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    If you look a little further online ... there are free HST and geese strips waiting for you!
    Ssorry, I don't have the link! ... I'd try QuiltersCache.com for a starts though.

    All work just as good ... precision and pointy points!
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    I have used them and they worked fine. I find it easier to just cut a rectangle and add the corner squares so rarely use them.

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    it is so easy to draft your own for foundation piecing. Draw a series of rectangles, typically twice as long as it is wide, then draw the diagonal lines. I've done many in a row like this which makes it so easy. Don't spend money on something that you can do easily yourself. Save the money for more fabric or other equipment! Also, you can make the geese in curved patterns too this way, or vary the sizes of the blocks.

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    I have been working on this pattern for sometime now I have made my owm pattern {this one is one 2in add machine tape. love the little scraps I can use.
    Scrapy quilts have more love in them.

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