Wild Goose Chase Handout
Hi, if you’re here for the Quilter’s World/Annie’s Catalog Wild Goose Chase handout, welcome!
Here’s a link to the math for making 2.5″ x 4.5″ Flying Geese three different ways as shown on the FB Live on Thursday, April 8.
Get the Wild Goose Chase Handout here.
Watch the recording:
Watch the video recording of Wild Goose Chase: Three ways to make Flying Geese with Diane Harris of Stash Bandit.
Check out the Quilter’s World FB page for other video tutorials I’ve done in the past. And if you’re into other kinds of crafts, too, Annie’s Catalog is chock-full of great ideas.
Tags: annie's, flying geese, quilters world, tutorials
Diane, I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your Zoom presentation to the San Joaquin Valley Quilters Guild last night. So much good information, and I appreciate how you spoke so clearly. The visuals of your quilts were stunning and inspiring,…..thanks again!
Hi! I’m from the Philippines 🇵🇭. I can’t yet say that I’m a quilter already. I’m very newbie on this craft because this is not common, let alone popular in my country. So I still consider myself as an aspiring Filipina quilter in my very own land. And thriving, trying to make a quilt. I can only wish to recieve your free giveaways especially fabrics like the jelly rolls, layer cakes, charm packs and FQ, clips and shape rulers, a cutter and rotating mat. Because obviously we realy don’t have those here as just as I said, quilting is not commonly known craft and so are the materials and equipments, or anything that has to do with quilting exist here. So it’s difficult to find them and so is pursuing it. But I fell in love with quilting since an American missionary introduced it to us in a women’s fellowship in our church. So though it’s quiet tiresome to manually cut fabrics by 10″s, 5″s or long 2½”s, using only my old pair of scissors (thank God I have a good serving pair of scissors) I really hope you would give me the chance to recieve free gifts. And I will never mind at all if they are old/used (preloved) materials and fabrics, excess/loose from packs/bundles, or just collected from your friends, neighbors or donors who have a lot of extra materials and fabrics and don’t know where to give them. I will gladly, and will be overjoyed to welcome and recieve them! If also it’s not too much to ask for paper piecing for tiny scraps to make mini quilt, pls? With so much thanks from the Philippines, maraming salamat po.