Yesterday I finished chaining the rows together and got them all sewn on. I thought I might not be able to put the sashing and corner posts around the edges of the quilt. I didn't quite have enough red to do it and finish the binding. I would have had to choose one or the other. But I little excursion to a couple of fabric shops and I found a close enough match that I pulled it off. I didn't know if the red was a Kona or a Bella solid let alone what it was called. The match is Riley Blake's cayenne.here. They are the geese without the sky. The tutorial is for geese in case that statement just confused you.
I sewed these into hourglass blocks with a blue/green combo as top and bottom and a yellow/orange combo as left and right. Then alternated the blocks so that the blue/green was next to the yellow orange. Is that clear as mud. Does this picture help?
It's quick, easy and a pretty good scrap buster. If you make one I'd love to see your version. Email me or leave a link in the comments here.