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Thread: Fast, easy, and accurate Flying Geese from squares

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    Awesome! I have always put off doing Flying Geese blocks because I didn't want to have all the waste. I will certainly try them now using your this method. Thanks.

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    Just came across this. Very nice tutorial. It is similar to Deb Tucker's instructions. I love her flying geese tools. Oversize it and trim. Very neat. She also has a nice web site and quilt gallery.

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    Thanks Cathy for sending me this link. This will come in very handy in the near future.

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    wow I love this method....thanks

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    Super smart idea. Glad I stumbled on it...Will keep it for future reference. Thanks!
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    Thanks for teaching "an old dog" a new trick!!

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    It does work beautifully - and you did an amazing job .

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    WOW that is great and thanks for sharing it I am going to keep this for sure.

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    seeing all those lovely geese laying on your table...is like looking into a bakery shop window.
    I'd far rather have fabric than sweets Well done and thanks.
    Looking at how you've used them in your avatar makes me hungry for geese! Fabric ones...

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    Love your tutorial. After reading it I looked around and found this chart that will help with the math.

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