Four At A Time Flying Geese Tutorial
If you’re a visual learner, you’re in luck! Here’s what you’ll need: u2022fabric u2022rotary cutter u2022water-soluble penu2022cutting matu2022ruleru2022pins (these are my favorites!) Sew 1/4u2033 on both sides of the drawn line and press the seams to set. Trim off the ‘dog ears,’ those little tabs hanging off the sides and you’ll have 4 u
What does the flying geese quilt pattern mean?
Flying Geese: A signal to follow the path of the flying geese as they migrate north in the spring; most slaves escaped during this time, and the flying geese could be used as a guide to find water, food, and rest stops along the way.
How do I choose a border for my quilt?
-Audition fabrics: If you’re able, lay a corner of your quilt over the top of the border fabric, so the border fabric frames the quilt as if it were sewn on. -Decide how many borders you want: A skinny, solid-colored or simple border is a good way to break up busy prints.
What does the Monkey Wrench quilt pattern mean?
Drunkard’s Path: A warning signal to take a zigzag route to elude pursuing slave hunters and their hounds who are in the area. Monkey Wrench: A signal to gather all the tools required for the fleeing slave’s journey, including physical, mental, and spiritual tools.
How do you sew flying geese units?
Place a square on the unit as shown above and draw a diagonal line from corner to corner. Sew 1/4u2032u2032 on each side of the marked line. Cut on the marked line.