Rainbow Row Along {Row #1}

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12 Responses

  1. Sunshine says:

    Thanks, this just saves a lot of time!
    Sunshine
    Sunshine’s Sewing School

  2. Carla says:

    Simply gorgeous. That’s a lot of geese ; )

  3. Diana Nelson says:

    Love flying geese. Once you get the hang of doing flying geese they become so easy. Love your way of doing them as it really saves a lot of time. Also love the bright pink you’ve used.

  4. Jeanne Marie says:

    LOVE this yes there is a lot of geese a flying, lol this looks like fun and the color such an lovley color, HUGS Jeanne

  5. Sarah Schraw says:

    What a pretty ironing board cover!

  6. Jessica C says:

    I DO love flying geese!

  7. Jody says:

    I want to see more!! as always 🙂

  8. amanda rose says:

    Beautiful! You have so many cute tips and tricks.

  9. Radha says:

    Thanks for your tutorial. Will certainly try out this method for Flying geese Quilt.

  10. maria Filomena says:

    Cara senhora,

    muito obrigada por mais esta dica….

    abraços de Maria Filomena

    Dear lady,

    thank you for this tip more.
    hugs Maria Filomena

  11. Benee D. Ketchum says:

    How do I print the month by month instructions from your web link. Our quilters guild, New Mexico Quilter’s Association has permission to use this pattern for an internal, personal ‘block of month’ project for its members.
    Thank you.

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