Tag: flying geese units

Candy Corn

Tricks and Treats: Have FUN with Halloween Quilts!

The first frost may be weeks off, but when the Halloween prints are hitting fabric shops, we quilters know the harvest season is approaching! Halloween quilts are just plain fun to make. It’s not a traditional, heirloom category, so we quilters can really let go and get crazy—now’s the time for novelty prints or neon…

Windham Fabrics

This is what goose feathers SHOULD look like

Our cover quilt for the July/August 2017 issue of Quilty magazine, called Some Say She’s a Dreamer, was also our Giving Quilt featured on Easy Quilts Fall 2017. The fabric—the Dreamer Collection by Carrie Bloomston for Windham Fabrics—has a charitable donation tied to it, with a portion of the proceeds from the bee print going…

BLOCK Friday – Flying Dutchman quilt block

The quilt block we have today has some of its roots in German art. The Flying Dutchman quilt block is a versatile and distinctive quilt block you’ll love creating. The German influences are apparent in the structure of this simple quilt block. According to American Quilts in the Modern Age: “The influence is also obvious in pieced…

Sew Easy Quick-Pieced Flying Geese Units Video

Quick-Pieced Flying Geese Quilt Units

In this Sew Easy lesson, the Fons & Porter staff show you step-by-step how to create quick-pieced flying geese quilt units. Make four perfect flying geese units without ever having to cut a triangle. Jean and Colleen provide the measurement calculations to help you make flying geese in any size you need. If you’re looking…