FLYING GEESE CHART
Whether you are working on your first quilt, or have made 150 quilts, you are likely to encounter flying geese in an upcoming project, and they are used in so many different types of quilts—whether you have a traditional aesthetic, a more modern aesthetic, or enjoy lots of different kinds of quilts, you can use flying geese.
There are a number of different ways to make flying geese—a quick perusal of blogs, youtube videos, and classes will confirm this. Some require fancy rulers, some allow you to make a few at a time.
No matter what size geese you want to make, you can easily figure out what sizes to cut your rectangle and squares. And if you don’t want to spend the time figuring out what size rectangles and squares to use, just download our simple Flying Geese chart right here!
Thank you for the chart and video, I have been wanting to try flying geese blocks.
I love flying geese blocks and recently have learned the no waste method. I lave lots of little half square blocks made with the waste from this method. Either method makes beautiful blocks. Thanks for the vodeo