Thursday, July 7, 2011

Goosey, Goosey, Gander

I've been making lots of flying geese in different sizes and fabrics.  Using this method.
Then I put them together in this Dutchmen's Puzzle Block

 And this just random flying geese block. 
These two will be going to Shannon in my Twice is Nice Bee.  But I had so much fun making them I see a flying geese quilt in my future.

13 comments:

  1. Those are tremendous! I love triangles. You did a great job on those!

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  2. Love all those blues and look at those lovely points!

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  3. They look great! I love the colors!

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  4. Flying geese parts can be made into so many different blocks and quilts. And there are several ways to make them. I think you need to make yourself one soon.

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  5. How clever you are! That bottom block is particularly nice. I am a flying geese fan, too.

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  6. Oh what fun Em!! Awesome block that random one!! 8-)

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  7. I love that one is a traditional block and the other is freestyle. I really do adore both. ♥

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  8. Em, this is so much darn fun! Look what a cool block you made. Wow!!! Never would I have thought to be so creative like THAT. You've gone and amazed me again.

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  9. They look so pretty! I haven't tried flying geese yet, but when I dig into Gwen Marston's liberated book I'll give it a try - figure I might as well go intentionally wonky, as that's what I invariably end up with. Yours are just perfect!

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  10. Those are both fabulous blocks. I love the colours.

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  11. I DO like those geese. They look fabulous!

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  12. Flying Geese blocks are so much fun to make. I like both of your blocks.

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  13. I love the block with the different sized geese. Do you have directions for it? Thanks!

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