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Thread: New WIP, first try at making flying geese

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    I have never done flying geese so I am learning as I go, I am a little off, but not too bad for a first try. I am going for a warm fall look for this one.
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    :?:

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    I hit the wrong button! Was trying to attach and ended up hitting post, they are there now.

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    Good job!!!And I dont see any little noses cut off or anything :wink: !! How big is going to be? Nice colors!!

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    This one is going to be a full sized bed quilt. I messed up on matching points when I sewed my rows, but its not that bad. I am pleasantly surprised with myself being this is the first time I have attempted this technique. This part is the center. I am starting center and working out on this one. Most times I work either top to botto or left to right, but decided to try center out this time. I love playing! The squares I used to make these from are from a couple of years ago I won a ton of squares on ebay for $0.99 a pack and just never did use them, I have like at least 1000 of them, unfortunatly the ones we see are the only ones in those colors, there are others that wont match at all so I am getting into some stash to find some things to keep going with this one.

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    Wow, pretty! What method did you use?

    I guess you don't have to worry about SS wanting any of your new creations, unless he wants one for different activities. :D

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    No SS loves his quilt, drags it around like Linus. But I figure my 9 almost 10 year old will try and steal this one if not then DH will!

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    Looks great!

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    Hey nice quilt I still haven't gotten the courage to break away from squares and rectangles.

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    Very nice quilt. Did you see the tute on one seam flying geese some one posted? Very interesting. I am in the block swap and doing things I thought I couldn't do, so glad for the challenge. I love fall colors and if no one in your family "steals" it, it would look great on my antique oak bedroom set.

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