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Taught by Anna Maria Horner
Anna Maria Horner puts a fresh spin on the traditional Flying Geese design with this baby quilt. Anna Maria uses the no-waste method to create her Flying Gosling blocks, explaining how to choose light and dark fabrics to add depth to each block. She also shows you how to improvise your layout on a design wall, add bright wool tassels around the edges, and hand-tie the quilt to finish. 
 
Learn how to:
  • Understand color and print theory
  • Improvise a quilt layout
  • Add a "no-binding" quilt finish
  • Blind stitch


Chapters
Introduction
00:32
Materials
01:17
Make Quilt Top
02:40
05:03
12:30
04:28
04:46
Assemble Quilt
05:02
11:36
Finish
05:34
Materials
Here’s what you’ll need:
Materials for 36”x36” finished quilt:
  • 10 fat quarters (18”x22”) of assorted cotton prints (Anna Maria Horner’s Field Study Cotton Collection)
  • 5-6 fat quarters of solids (Anna Maria Horners Sunny Spectrum)
  • 1 1/4 yard (44” wide or wider) backing fabric (Anna Maria Horner’s Mind’s Eye in Samba)
  • Approx. 40”x40” quilt batting (a bamboo/cotton blend)
  • Spool of size #8 perle cotton thread for hand tying (Anna Maria Horner’s Anchor Pearl Cotton Sun Study Palette)
  • Assorted yarn scraps or tapestry wool skeins for tassels (Anna Maria Horner’s Anchor Tapestry Wool)
  • All purpose sewing thread
  • Quilting thread
  • Rotary cutter and cutting mat
  • Scossors
  • Clear, gridded quilting ruler
  • Straight pins
  • Safety pins
  • Sewing machine
  • Iron
Discussion
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