The posts in this series are all part of the pattern, Anthologie. These are not tutorials or how to videos, but are of me making this quilt. It’s meant to be similar to a self guided quilt along and hopefully feel like we are making this quilt together (even if you are finding this years later). Do tag me on Instagram (@southerncharmquilts)! I’d love to see what you do with it. 🙂
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We are making our geese today. Pretty simple! And we’re using the four at a time method, so that makes it go along a bit quicker. I will also say that the method used in this pattern gets you geese that are a little less wonky, which I love. There’s a tip included in the video, don’t miss it.
Fabric I’m Using
Flying Geese Working Video
In this video, we pick out fabrics. The pattern says we only need three, so that’s what I choose. Although, feel free to get creative with your choices. I like more saturated prints for geese, but do your own thing. There’s a separate video for the tutorial, so I don’t get into that. I do show me sewing them together into sections and then a little quilt building too. There’s also a little bit of me fussy cutting in the video, which is always fun!
- 4-at-a-time Flying Geese tutorial
- And here is my starch recipe.
- Here’s the fussy cut rulers I use in the video
Well, we are moving right along. Don’t you think? I love how striking the geese are too! I love watching quilts come together. Now I want to see yours!