Learn the Lazy Way to Make Flying Geese Quilt Blocks
Lazies, There must be about a ba-gillion ways to make flying geese units for your quilt projects. So, what’s so darn special about the Lazy Girl Designs way to make flying geese?
Our Flying Geese x 4 No Math (FGX4) ruler allows you to make four units at a time, in 12 sizes, with no math, and all units finish with the straight of grain on the edges.
If you haven’t had a chance to see our Lazy method for making flying geese units, grab a cuppa, and surf on over to www.KayeWoodTV.com and watch me demonstrate this ruler online anytime.
www.KayeWoodTV.com went live just a few weeks ago, offering a selection of Kaye’s Quilting Friends segments, free, online, anytime you want to watch. My flying geese segment was added today.
Here’s what you’ll see in this 14+ minute clip: all five of the different units you can make with our tool, some fabulous quilts, and a number of cool table runners from Far-Flung Quilts.
The FGX4 makes a number of blocks:
Half Square Triangles
Quarter Square Triangle
Triple Tri Squares
Quarter Square Geese
Lazies, be sure to watch the short intro that loads when you land at the site. It’s a brief ‘what is what’ that will walk you through the offerings. You can watch, fast forward, rewind, pause, etc – all on-demand with no subscription fees.
Lazy Girl Designs appears on two other episodes at http://www.kayewoodtv.com/ featuring our Chelsea Tote with the No-Fear zipper technique and our fringe-tastic SquareKnots quilt.
Kaye, Thank You for offering this resource!
Lazy Girl Designs
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