How to Sew Flying Geese Quilt Blocks

We are having fun with Bonnie Hunter’s Easy Street mystery quilt clues!

We decided we should make a little Inklingo movie about sewing Flying Geese, and Monkey agreed to be the star.

 

Click to play (or View on Youtube)

These are Monkey’s Favorite Links:

Top Ten Tutes
(tutorials on the blog)

Index of Shapes  under the Support tab on the website
(so you can see what shapes are available)

Inklingo on YouTube

Free Triangle Tips PDF
(under the Machine Piecing tab on the website)

Inklingo for Beginners
(under the Support tab on the website)

SAVE $5 – LIMITED TIME ONLY!

As a very special treat, we have put one of the Inklingo Half Square Triangle shape collections on sale, so you can use Inklingo for Easy Street. You can save $5.00, but ONLY until Friday, 21 December, 2012, at noon Eastern Time.

HST 00B includes 12 sizes of Half Square Triangles, just what you need for Easy Street. It’s a download, so you can sew your Flying Geese right away and be ready for Bonnie’s next clue.

Normally there is a special sale price when a new Inklingo shape collection is introduced and then never again, but we have made an exception for Bonnie’s Easy Street—but only for 3 days.

 

Jumping up and down is not the best way to press, but it is a great way to celebrate.

Are you loving Bonnie’s mystery clues this year too? Please subscribe to the blog (right sidebar) if you don’t want to miss any more tips for Bonnie’s Easy Street.

I can hardly wait until Friday morning to see what the next clue will be.

Thank you for visiting!

Linda & Monkey

New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Quick Start (Always FREE.) There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.

$10 Coupon!  6 Year Anniversary Special on the handbook

Inklingo for Beginners

Inklingo Quiz – Just for Fun!

3 thoughts on “How to Sew Flying Geese Quilt Blocks”

  1. Hi Linda,
    I have finished 100 Yin Yang blocks…yippee! I wonder what is the best way to sew them together. The middle of each side has MANY layers.
    Any ideas?
    Hugs Sweetie,
    Frummie

    Reply

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