Flying Geese Kitty Paper-Pieced Quilt Block Pattern
Flying Geese Kitty - 6" Quilt Block
Here is another fun quilt block to add to your cat block collection. It is a 6" paper-pieced quilt block pattern that features three Flying Geese units.
Note: When paper-piecing, I cut larger pieces than I actually need to ensure that I won't have problem covering an area if I don't place it in exactly the right spot. The cutting instructions below are for larger pieces. If you'd rather cut smaller, more exact pieces, feel free to do so.
Size & Shape:
2-1/2" Square (Cut 1) Cut once diagonally for two triangles. (You will only use one of the triangles.)
1-1/2" x 3" (Cut 1)
2" x 4" (Cut 2)
2-1/2" x 4" (Cut 1)
2-1/2" x 4-1/2" (Cut1)
2-1/2" Square (Cut 1) Cut once diagonally for two triangles.
3" x 4" (Cut 2)
2-1/2" x 4" (Cut 1)
1-1/2" x 4" (Cut 2)
2-1/2" Square (Cut 3) Cut each one once diagonally for six triangles.
A2, A3, A5, A6, A8, A9
3" Square (Cut 2) Cut each one once diagonally for four triangles. (You will only use three of the triangles.)
A1, A4, A7
Step 1: Print out the paper foundation pattern. Cut out each of the two paper-piecing units just outside of the dashed lines of the seam allowance.
Step 2: Using a VERY short stitch length setting on your sewing machine, paper-piece each unit following the numbers on the printed foundation.
Step 3: When both of the two units have been pieced, carefully trim away the excess paper and fabric by cutting on the dashed lines of the seam allowance.
Step 4: With right sides together, layer Unit B on Unit A. Pin in place, then stitch together using a 1/4" seam allowance. Remove the paper from the seam allowance (on both sides) and press this seam open.
Step 5: Carefully remove the paper from the back of the block.
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