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FREE Pattern - Flying Geese Shortcut by Jackie Robinson

Tired of cutting triangles for your flying geese? Jackie Robinson of Animas Quilts showed this gem of a technique to Benartex a couple years back (featured on their Sew In Love With Fabric site), and it is a wonderful way to do perfect flying geese! The quilt pictured to the side is her Dizzy Geese design, and this project comes complete with written steps and a downloadable cutout template. More from Benartex:

"What's so neat about this pattern? For starters, you won't be cutting and sewing any triangles! If you dread making square-in-a-square blocks literally be square, you'll have no problems here--the block builds out, layer by layer, with easy piecing.

"Second--"block," not "blocks." Despite the illusion you might see, this cool design is made with just one pieced block and carefully placed colors. Simple."

(NOTE: The pattern sheet download link from the Benartex project page is not working, but you can download it by clicking here.)

Finished Size: 64" x 77" (163cm x 196cm)

Skill Level: Beginner

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