Back in November, I posted about my Flying Geese having issues.
I was making them using the No-Waste, 4 at a time method and this is what was happening….
One side of the goose was simply too short!!
I presented this dilemma to the quilting world and many had good ideas for me to try. Marie made the suggestion that the inside squares be pulled in toward the center a bit. I asked a follow-up question and she even sent a diagram!!….
Quilter’s are the best!!!
Actually, when I looked at the WingClipper instructions from Deb Tucker, I saw that she said to “nudge” the fabric into the center…..
I decided to follow their instructions…..
And look what happened……
FOUR PERFECT FLYING GEESE!!!!!
If you like the colors of these geese, you might be interested in checking out my FREE PATTERN for a Simple Sawtooth Star Quilt. You can download a pdf by clicking HERE
AND, if you are interested, please join me for the upcoming series 12 Ways to Quilt a Sawtooth Star. We will kick it off on Friday, April 1st with a new block being presented every Friday.