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Thread: Looking for a flying geese tutorial

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    Super Member Buckeye Rose's Avatar
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    Looking for a flying geese tutorial

    I once saw a tutorial for making flying geese that was real simple and thought I had bookmarked it....evidently not. I have no idea who did the tutorial, but remember that it was similar to making a 10 minute block. I have tried to figure it out on my own, but no luck. Does anyone remember that tutorial? Unfortunately I have to be very particular here and need that specific one as I am making a hybrid 10 minute block quilt. TIA, Buckeye Rose

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    If you're looking for what is often called Ricky Tims one seam flying geese, here's the link

    One Seam Flying Geese Tutorial


    Hope it helps.
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    Oh, thank you so much! That is exactly the one I need! I knew it was something easy to do but just couldn't remember how to do it. I am making a quilt with a center panel and 10 minute blocks around the outside. I want to add the "flying geese" to the outside edges, between the blocks....kind of a crazy border....LOL.

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    So maybe you can tell me why I am currently making a total of 144 flying geese for my blocks and another 144 for the border?nwell, actually I'm PP them, because my flying geese are always wonky.
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    Here's one that's gives you a couple options.

    www.quilterscache.com

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    Suggestion: Dont just bookmark tutorials, save them in a folder in your documents, pdf. files save very easily, otherwise cut and paste them and save them in the same folder.

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