Welcome back to the Quilty Fun Sew Along and Blog Tour! We are so happy to have you here for your weekly dose of Bee in my Bonnet fun! Today we are flying away with Kristyne of Pretty By Hand and the Flying Geese block in Lori Holt’s Quilty Fun book! Start by getting out your scrappy stash, grabbing your copy of Quilty Fun, and downloading the Flying Geese Cutting PDF. Now you are ready to sew some Flying Geese!
Kimberly’s flying geese are made using Lori Holt’s Bake Sale collection for Riley Blake Designs.
Debbie’s flying geese are made using October Afternoon’s Sidewalks collection for Riley Blake Designs.
We hope you enjoy sewing these flying geese with us! Want to enter this week’s Quilty Fun Sew Along giveaway? Get your copy of Quilty Fun, download the PDF companion sheet for cutting instructions, and sew the flying geese with us! Once you have the blocks sewn, post photos to the Quilty Fun Sew Along & Blog Tour Flickr Group for a chance to WIN one of TWO sets of Creative Grids Rulers, sizes 2 1/2″, 3 1/2″, 4 1/2″, and 5 1/2″, and one set of our new Alphabitties! Three winners will be announced next Monday on the Jolly Jabber.
The winners of last week’s 5″ Gracie Girl Stacker and Alphabitties giveaways are Breezy Point Quilter, Deanna Allred, and Marshall210!
Next week we are onto the next block in the sampler, the Chubby Chevron with Erin of Why Not Sew! For more information and a full schedule of the tour head here.
Good morning! I kept refreshing the main page of the quilt-along and the link to the current pattern wasn't there… finally found it it here. Could you update the main page so it's easier to find? https://blog.fatquartershop.com/quilty-fun-sew-along-and-blog-tour.html
Thanks so much… and thanks for this fun quilt-along!
Hi Betsy! We are happy to have you following along! The PDF is on the main Quilty Fun Blog Tour page!
so do we sew the Flying geese together in set of 13, 12 & 6? There are no instructions that say how many total FG we are making. They are sure TINY!
Hi Mary! Yes, you will sew the flying geese together for one strip of 6, one strip of 12, and one strip of 13!