- If you’ve ever made Deb’s Atlantic Flyway or any of her Carolina Lily patterns, we’d be willing to bet you’re a fan of Migrating Geese!
- They look like offset flying geese, but are built in a row as a braid rather than individual units. We absolutely love to use it in our designs, and we wanted to make it accessible for your designing, too.
- The technique doesn’t use any special ruler, although we do recommend the use of our Quilter's Magic Wand to mark your ¼" seams.
- You’ll be able to make 7 different row sizes, from 3” wide to 12” wide.
- Online video available.
- By Deb Tucker of Studio 180 Design.
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