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Flying Geese are a fundamental element for any quilter, and this informative tutorial shows how to do them in four different ways that are highly creative and useful! Jenny with Stitch This! compiled this for us, and the four different styles are listed below, along with their contributors. More from Jenny:
"Today there are several schools of thought on how to sew flying geese, and they all have their merits. A scrap quilter might want to put every thread of fabric to good use, while a quilter with a deadline might sidestep scraps for speed. Today, we’re sharing four ways to make patchwork flying geese from four of our popular authors."
1. Traditional Technique: for quilters who like to use it up and make it do. By Cyndi Walker.
2. Flip, Flip, Finish: for quilters who enjoy a good ol’ chain-piecing veg-out. By Cathy Wierzbicki.
3. Fast and Furious: for quilters who like to finish fast—times four. By Carrie Nelson.
4. Paper-Pieced Geese: for quilters who wish to piece with the utmost precision. By Karen Costello Soltys.
Skill Level: Beginner
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