SAHRR Round Four – a Gaggle of Geese!!

by | Feb 19, 2023 | 10 comments

Welcome to round four of SAHRR 2023! Do you love flying geese? If so, this round is just for you!! I think flying geese are so much fun. I started this round by making 16 flying geese units, sewn in groups of four.

It is so quick to cut flying geese with AccuQuilt! I used the 8″ Qube, dies #4 and #5 to make these units. They measure 2 x 4. There are many ways to make flying geese units, four at a time, eight at a time, no waste method, etc. but this is my favorite way!

After stitching the units together, I cut some 1 1/2″ strips and added them to the geese, and here is my round four!

I am still using my Island Batik stash builders and “scraps” from previous projects. The green in the outer strip is an Island Batik solid from the half yard bundles of foundations, neutrals, and blenders we receive in each of our shipments! Isn’t it lovely?!! Pretty soon all of our cars will be that same lime green color, when pollen season starts! UGH!

This week I’ll be linking up with Anja on her website. Check out all the other participants’ quilts on her blog here. Have a great week! Until next time…

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10 Comments

  1. The Morning Latte

    I’m a little behind on some of these SAHRR. Yours turned out really well! Very creative take on it!

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  2. Eva

    Hi Brenda, first thank YOU for your kind words for my SAHRR at Wendys post.. I am the flying zebra…. Lol…. Your quilt looks great, love that you use the opposite corners, very cool design. Absolutly nice! Now we have to speed up for the parade I guess! Have a good rest of the week!

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  3. Carol Andrews

    Brenda your Geese are perfect on this border of your SAHRR. I’m really enjoying seeing how your quilt is progressing. Thank you for linking with To Do Tuesday. ? Carol

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  4. Frédérique

    Ooh, lovely! Pretty Flying geese blocks, and batiks. I love your SAHRR!

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  5. Laura Kate

    This is very cool. The asymmetrical design makes your quilt look very modern indeed. I love the striped border, it’s like the geese are airplanes and the stripes are the jet trails.

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  6. rl2b2017

    Hi Brenda! I love your gaggle of geese. I’m sorry about it being almost pollen season but that’s a wonderful lead in to spring. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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  7. Kathleen McCormick

    Accuquilt is an awesome choice for making FG! I love yours, getting us around all the corners on your quilt. I really love the way this is turning out!

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  8. Nancy @ Grace and Peace Quilting

    I love how it’s looking like a streak of lighting, or a flash of falling stars!!!

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  9. The Joyful Quilter

    What a unique border application, Brenda! Any guesses what our assignment will be tomorrow? Whatever it is, I hope you will have fun with it!

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  10. Janie Bettis

    I love your quilt! It’s exciting and happy, and it’s dynamic! ❤️?

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