Sorry for the delay on these instructions I've been traveling a lot and that makes wifi a little dicey for posting.
This is a really fun block and I've included a relatively new technique for making flying geese units 4 at a time! I first saw this on Randy's blog (Barrister's Block) back when she was posting her first Sow-a-long. You can make any size "geese" by adding 7/8" to the height and
1 1/4" to the width to the finished size of the geese units that you need. These geese units will be 2.5' x 5" -finished.
Choose colors in light to medium shades of blue, green, pink, purple, grey, black or white. You will be making 2 sets of Flying Geese units. For each set of “geese” choose one solid color and one print.
The prints should be graphic: dots, stripes, circles, zig-zags etc. Make one set where the “geese” are solid and the background is a print and the other set will have printed “geese” and a solid background.
This is an “All From Your Stash” Block. Two sets of “geese” units constitutes one block credit you may make up to 6 blocks = 12 “geese” units.
1- 6 ¼ ” solid square to be paired with 4- 3 3/8” printed squares
1- 6 ¼” print square to be paired with 4- 3 3/8” solid squares