I added the directions to the tutorial showing you how to make Double Flying Geese for A Ribbon Runs Through It. You can see the expanded tutorial by clicking on A Ribbon Runs Through It Block #1 at the top of my blog.
I've become a firm believer in starching the fabrics first before cutting. It makes the construction of this component so much easier, and it is flatter than a pancake. There are (12) Double Flying Geese in each one of the blocks, and I make them (4) at a time.
The goal of the tutorial is to guide you through the process of making this heirloom quilt. The quilt looks much more complex that it actually is.
The tutorial will break it down with manageable, step by step directions. I always tell my students to take their time, and enjoy the process.
Jess pitched three innings, and totally took command of the game. He pitched with so much accuracy, control, and confidence. We were amazed how much he's developed over the past few months.