My First Quilt | Sara Gallegos | Runtime (11 min)
To make the Dutchman’s Puzzle quilt block, you need to make eight flying geese units, but unlike traditional flying geese units, the “sky” fabrics include two different prints on some of the geese. Learn how to cut the pieces, how to sew the units together, and how to finish the block. As a bonus, Sara also shows one way the Dutchman’s Puzzle quilt blocks can be turned into a quilt.
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Fons & Porter Super Flying Geese Triangle
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