I really love the flying geese block in quilting. I love its simple shape, the fact that it is so versatile and that it can really show off fabric and shape in a quilt. The name comes from the middle triangle being “the flying goose” and the two smaller triangles representing “the sky” around it. If you need a good tutorial for making a Flying Geese block you can go here. TUTORIAL for Flying Geese Blocks.
And once you know how to make one flying geese block….you are ready to make any size! Here is a great size chart to help with measurements for blocks if you need it.
I am in love with this Flying Geese Quilt tutorial from Suzy Quilts. A Perfect way to use up your scraps!
This Flying Geese block could also make a nice quilt if it were larger.
This Grey Goose Quilt Beech Tree Lane Handmade full of flying geese blocks is so lovely.
This Remixed Geese Quilt by Robert Kaufman Fabrics have the free pattern and includes all the fabrics to make it.
The Four Winds Quilt by Fancy Tiger Crafts is full of white space (which I love!) and is a larger scale to really show off each of the fabrics.
Bijoux Lovely created this beautiful sun print quilt that is another eye-catcher!
The Flying Geese Quilt from our book is still one of my all-time favorite quilts to look at!
I love the look of this simple modern quilt with Flying Geese from The Modern Quilt Guild.
This Round Trip Quilt by Fons and Porter is another simple afternoon project.
Messy Jesse’s Flying Geese quilt is just beautiful!
This mini quilt from Canoe Ridge Creations has the pattern to go along with it.
Love this placemat tutorial for Happy Placemats by AnnKelle.
These flying geese blocks by House of Al La Mode are so cute and a way to use up tinier pieces of fabric!
The ombre-effect of this Folk Fibers Art quilt is one of my favorite ways to use solids.
And last but not least is Crafty Tammie’s take on using different solids at the “sky” of the flying geese. Love this look!