Master Flying Geese Units with These Excellent Instructions

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Great Info for Both New and Experienced Quilters!

Like half-square triangles, flying geese units are basic building blocks for many quilt blocks and designs. Whether you’re a new quilter or have been quilting for awhile you’re sure to find tips here to help you master them (and to save those points!).

Karen Brown from Just Get It Done Quilts has put together a very informative video. She demonstrates:

  • two methods for making flying geese units
  • how to adjust the unit sizes
  • tips for tricky spots
  • design options
  • scrappy-look units
  • how best to use directional fabric
  • a clever trimming method
  • and much more

Master Flying Geese Units with These Excellent Instructions

This is an excellent overview of flying geese units that will benefit just about every quilter. Karen uses the Omnigrid 4-6-12-Inch Marking Ruler Trio for marking sewing lines.

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


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