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Thread: my start on one seam flying geese

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    Super Member fred singer's Avatar
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    Smile my start on one seam flying geese

    Had to try out the one seam flying geese patternanother pattern I wanted to do.

    Wow I was amazed by how quickly they do work up I've got strings from chian

    stitching these geese together .
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    They're fun. Thanks for reminding my that I have a bunch ready to be made into something. Great way to use up the big scraps.
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    They are looking good!!
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    Your geese look great. i have not heard of the one seam method. Great idea for using up scraps.
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    What is the one seam method?
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    looks good so far
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    3-D flying geese, like the 5 minute block. great, quick geese!!!

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    Thank you nativetexan.
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    Nice Geese! I remember that cream fabric with the little pink rosebuds on it from my stash!

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    Your geese look great... How do you make them??

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    Looking good!!!

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    Here's a video of Ricky Tims demonstrating how to make them. Very cool information.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78Mu0C_QL8Y

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    I always stayed away from flying geese until I saw Ricky Tims video. they are actually fast and fun to make up.
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    So far so good.
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    Those look great! I like the different WOWs that you used too - that's what I have in mind for mine. Now, I just have to get started on it. Been collecting greens and teals, but still need a few green plaids though.
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    LOVE the video! So easy! Thanks for posting!
    Go forth and sew!

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    Very nice!! They are fun to make! I usually make really large ones that fly across the backside of my quilt!

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    looking good so faR
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    lookin' good!

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    Nice geese! And thanks for sharing. I'm going to try this technique as soon as I free up the machine.

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    How neat. I love them

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    This is the only way I make flying geese. Ricky Timms spoiled me. Ok, I can make them the other way, but prefer not to.

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    Really neat!!!
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    Thank you so very much for sharing that Ricky Tims demonstration. I never would have thought it possible, but he did it.

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    Just wondering??? what about the open "pockets" ? Not sure I like that. Anyone else have an issue with them??
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