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My interest was   heighted when I saw the words fat-quarter friendly for the Flying Geese quilt made by Marianne   in the January/February 2008 issue of the Love of   Quilting magazine. I made this quilt for my   daughter who lives in San Francisco. I used batiks and Oriental fabrics to   give the quilt a West Coast flavor. I chose to attach triple border instead   of the appliqud one. The instructions gave the choice of cutting half and   quarter-square triangles or using the Fons  Porter Flying Geese Ruler. I   had recently purchased this ruler and loved using it for the quilt. It made   the whole experience more enjoyable. I really like the flying geese unit and   hope to incorporate it into future projects. After all, with my new ruler, I   can make geese in many different sizes.
Marie Capobianco

My interest was heighted when I saw the words “fat-quarter friendly” for the Flying Geese quilt made by Marianne in the January/February 2008 issue of the Love of Quilting magazine. I made this quilt for my daughter who lives in San Francisco. I used batiks and Oriental fabrics to give the quilt a West Coast flavor. I chose to attach triple border instead of the appliquéd one. The instructions gave the choice of cutting half and quarter-square triangles or using the Fons & Porter Flying Geese Ruler. I had recently purchased this ruler and loved using it for the quilt. It made the whole experience more enjoyable. I really like the flying geese unit and hope to incorporate it into future projects. After all, with my new ruler, I can make “geese” in many different sizes.

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