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Urban Basix Block of the Month | Jenny Kae Parks | Runtime (26 min)

The flying geese block in Urban Basix isn’t your ordinary flying geese block. There are five flying geese units in a row, and that row of units is set on point. Jenny takes us through all of the steps, starting with making flying geese units using the four-at-a-time or no-waste method. She demonstrates joining a pair of flying geese units with a perfect point, joining the triangle patches to the bottom and top of the row of flying geese units, and joining the large triangle patches to the sides of the row to complete the block.


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Urban Basix Block of the Month Urban Basix Quilt Backing Fons & Porter Quarter Inch Seam Marker
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  • Donna C

    Wonderful tips for easing in those triangles. I just purchased the Quilty Jan/Feb magazine and found this BOM. I am looking forward to making this quilt. Thanks for sharing it in videos.

    January 11, 2018 at 3:14 pm

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