I am back with Tuesday’s tip.
Now I know that everyone has a favorite way of doing flying geese. I tend to use the technique that the pattern calls for, especially if I am using a pre–packaged kit. That way I am sure I have enough fabric.
I do this for a couple of reasons. The rectangle is the true measurement of the the flying geese block if I have not been perfect in my sewing. And since I
usually always machine quilt, the bulk of two layers is negligible.
As you can see here, my sewing was not perfect:
As you can see, I had a helper who want HIS picture taken!
PS: The center is not pieced; that is the fabric. This is a Thimbleberries pattern and kit that I picked up at the shop.