I am finally back… did you miss me… This week I am sharing the pattern for a 6 inch traditional block called Birds in the Air. I made this pattern after this block was set as this months Do.good.stitches assignment…
The idea of doing that many tiny half square triangles traditionally was too daunting for me…. but this pattern makes it so easy…. you can find the free PDF pattern here…Do Good Stitches block pattern
The process was so easy that I managed to get four blocks made in no time… and I love how they look together….
I am not sure what Grace, our fearless leader this month has in mind for the layout but I am loving how the possibilities…
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Hello, you’re back! Thank you so much for the pattern, I’ll be using it for my current charity fundraiser quilt as part of the border – so you see, you’ve done.Good.stitches there too!
Thanks for the tutorial and pattern link!
I like it very much!
Greetings from germany
Thank you for this pattern. I’m always looking for foundation pieced patterns and tips for improving mine. I love the precision you can get with this way of making blocks.
I missed you – good to see you back 🙂 🙂
I am happy that you are back and happy with this block. I have started to fall in love with flying geese so, this is perfect. Thank-you.
Very much missed you! I enjoy your work so much and check your site daily!!!!
So beautiful block and fabric.Great job!
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I love how these look with the addition of a third fabric. We made traditional Birds in the Air blocks for the Block Lotto in January. I mentioned this blog post there, because there are some die-hard paper pieces in the group that would have preferred to make the block your way 😉
Oooh, I love the way you put these together… so cute!