Speed-Cut Flying Geese Units the Bonnie Hunter Way

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Start with Fabric Strips to Make Several Quickly!

There are a number of ways to make Flying Geese units (see 5 ways here) but this technique is unique in that it starts with strips of fabric. Because you can cut multiple layers at a time, it’s a quick process that produces little waste.





This method, preferred by Bonnie Hunter, can be used to produce Flying Geese units of any size. Simply adjust the width of the starting strips accordingly.

Make Flying Geese Units the Bonnie Hunter Way

In the video, she cut strips to 2″ wide to produce Flying Geese units of 2″ x 3 1/2″ before they are sewn into a quilt.

Bonnie uses both the Easy Angle Ruler and the Companion Angle Ruler to make the units. Watch as she shows how they speed up the process.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

 

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