That's a lot of geese--very colorful
I'm making flying geese in solids too -- but my flock hasn't grown much in the past year.
LOVE flying geese . . .
No, never tired of seeing these. They intrigue me, and I can't wait to see the quilt come together.
Applause at your diligence and for giving yourself permission to take a day off from sewing more geese!! Do you make these Flying Geese by the method that gives you 4 identical Flying Geese and very little fabric waste at a time? That is the tried and true method I've used for nearly 20 years after reading about it in a book titled "All the Blocks are Flying Geese" by Mary Sue Suit, pages 8-11. I know there are several rulers that are for this purpose, but none I've bought work as well as the method in this book.I look forward to seeing this quilt grow in the coming months!Hugs!
geese will be flying north soon i'd say...except yours...sooo pretty and already have a place to be...LOL
Lookin' great Nancy!
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