Are you hooked on making flying geese blocks? Then here’s a few quilt patterns that you should like.
Geese in the Fields is made of flying geese blocks and large square blocks. How easy can it get? 13 fat quarters will make this 57″ X 87″ quilt. The flying geese “randomly” placed in the border add interest to this design.
The Flying Goose is a vertical row quilt that you can make in a day. It will make a great wallhanging or a doll quilt. Reverse the direction of the geese in one of the rows for a slightly different look. The pattern features designer Tara Lynn Darr’s “no fear” piecing instructions that will make the flying geese units a breeze to make.
Wild Goose Chase Through the Cabin combines Flying Geese and Log Cabin blocks. A variations that adds Courthouse Steps blocks is also included.
And, if you are completely addicted to flying geese, here is a book and ruler that you will find absolutely necessary! Flying Geese and More has instructions for 150!!! flying geese blocks using the Flying Geese X 4 No Math Ruler. Make flying geese in sizes from itty-bitty (.75″ X 1.5″) to very large (3.5″ X 7″). You’ll have flocks and flocks of geese before you know it.
Here’s a really stunning quilt with lots of flying geese, among other blocks. This quilt graced the cover Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine. Lady of 10,000 Lakes, finishing at 99″ square, will be a showpiece.
This was just a sampling, there are many more quilt patterns with flying geese so browse away!