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The method for piecing flying geese that is the most efficient as well as accurate begins with five squares. One large square and four small squares will give you four flying geese units. http://www.nationalquilterscircle.com/article/precision-quilt-piecing-part-4-flying-geese/?utm_content=bufferb211b&utm_medium=organic&utm_source=pinterest&utm_campaign=A219
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Precision Quilt Piecing Part 4: Flying Geese

The method for piecing flying geese that is the most efficient as well as accurate begins with five squares. One large square and four small squares will give you four flying geese units. http://www.nationalquilterscircle.com/article/precision-quilt-piecing-part-4-flying-geese/?utm_content=bufferb211b&utm_medium=organic&utm_source=pinterest&utm_campaign=A219

Precision Quilt Piecing Part 5: Square in a Square http://www.nationalquilterscircle.com/article/precision-quilt-piecing-part-5-square-in-a-square/?utm_content=buffer65bd5&utm_medium=organic&utm_source=pinterest&utm_campaign=A219
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Precision Quilt Piecing Part 5: Square in a Square

Precision Quilt Piecing Part 5: Square in a Square http://www.nationalquilterscircle.com/article/precision-quilt-piecing-part-5-square-in-a-square/?utm_content=buffer65bd5&utm_medium=organic&utm_source=pinterest&utm_campaign=A219

Log cabin, flying geese sashing is classy

A quick reference guide showing how to turn 5-inch squares into multiple units. Instructions include how to make Four Patches and Flying Geese Units

Interfacings and stabilizers can look so similar, how do you know which one to use for which project? Check out this informational post to learn about using the Best Interfacing or Stabilizer for the Job

Inspired by a vintage quilt from 1840-1850: Flying geese by Aline Joulin (Kentucky), exhibited at Brouage 2009 (France).