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Flying Geese Ruler and How to Use it

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Flying Geese Ruler can be found here: http://amzn.to/2EGBelP

You will want to give this ruler a try!
It will help you make perfect flying geese- and half square triangles.
The best part about it– it does all the math for you!
All you need to know is the finished flying geese size…and then you’ll cut your strips using the length it gives you.

Easy to read, easy to use.
It comes with instructions as well, just in case. You’ll find it very accurate with no to little waste of fabric.
No dog ears and large bulky seams either!

Flying Geese Ruler Details:

  • Take the guess work out of cutting the triangles for Flying Geese Units in finished sizes from 1 by 2 to 4 by 8 with this handy ruler that does the math for you
  • Both the large goose triangle and the smaller sky 6 triangles are cut from the same width strips
  • Perfect for any sewer or quilter

How to use the Flying Geese Ruler:

1- cut your strips for the points

2- cut your triangles using the ruler, making sure the tip that is yellow is going beyond the strip of fabric

3- turn the ruler and make the second cut

4- cut your strips for the large triangle- the center of the flying geese.  Make sure the tip is beyond the strip before cutting

5- sew your small triangles to the large center one.  Line up the points and the cut off points

Trim if needed…I found this to be pretty accurate and didn’t need any additional trimming

Where you can find the flying geese ruler-

Amazon

More flying geese how to’s:

how to make flying geese units

how to make flying geese units with 2 pieces of fabric

4 flying geese at one time

3-D flying geese

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