How to Sew 4 Flying Geese at once…..this is such a fantastic trick and one of those quilting hacks you should know about!
It saves a lot of time.
You do have to do a little bit of math at the beginning, but once you have that, the process goes pretty quickly.
This goes along with the video here:
4 flying geese at one time- what?! YES, it's possible! It's a super quick trick that will save time and fabric. If you are looking for the sizes…. check out how to customize them here: https://www.patchworkposse.com/sew-4-flying-geese/
Posted by Patchwork Posse on Monday, March 6, 2017
Here is how you determine what size the fabrics should be:
Determine what size you want your finished flying geese unit and add 1 1/4″.
In the video I made 4 1/2″ finished flying geese unit. 4 1/2″ + 1 1/4″ = 5 3/4″ square of the fabric.
Cut one of these to yield 4 flying geese units.
Determine the finished height of your flying geese unit and add 7/8″.
My finished height is 2 1/4″, so 2 1/4″ + 7/8″ = 3 1/8″ squares.
Cut four of these to yield four flying geese units.
Do you have a trick to include or that you do for flying geese?
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