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Thread: One Seam Flying Geese Tutorial

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    If this has been posted before, I apologize. I found this really helpful. Here is the link.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78Mu0C_QL8Y

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    Great idea, amazing how clever some techniques can be. Thanks.

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    Thanks for sharing

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    I just finished a quilt using this method. The FQ are not sewed down,, open like 3D on each side and I am curious to see how difficult it is to quilt. Will post the results.

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    Wow, that was really amazing!! I can't wait to try it!
    Thank you :)

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    Wow! That is amazing, I will have to try that. Thanks

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    Looks like a bit of wasted fabric...
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    Thanks for sharing!

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    Very easy. Gonna have to try it!

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    Thank you

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    Very interesting.

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    I just love this I will make this thank you so much

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    Looks like we were posting this episode at the same time. I also thought this was an interesting flying geese tutorial.

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    Cool!

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    I'm going to do some today. You are the best, people of this board!!!!!!!!!! :D

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    Looks fun.

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    going to try this for sure Thanks

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    oh my, I hate doing flying geese, but this method is to die for, thank you for sharing!!!!

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    How cool is that? I'm kinda traditional in my approach but I am sure there will be an opportunity to use dimensional FG sometime. Thanks for sharing!

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    I make mine this way!! SOOOO easy.

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    Love it. Thanks

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    Thanks great tip :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I had seen this before but forgot about how it was done. Thanks for sharing and giving me a refresher course!

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    I tried it and used it in a quilt a couple of months ago. I love the pocket, just couldn't figure how to make a different size. Anyone know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsmail
    I tried it and used it in a quilt a couple of months ago. I love the pocket, just couldn't figure how to make a different size. Anyone know?
    I made some smaller with the help of the board!! I couldn't figure it out lol
    Take the size of the square you want- in my case I used 2 inch blocks- then for the other piece double the 2 inch square minus half an inch. So my other pieces are 3 and a half inches.
    Hope this helps!! :thumbup:
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