Flying in Circles quilt pattern - Lessa Siegele’s charming and easy-to-sew take on the classic flying geese designs
Whether you’re after Boho style, have a shabby chic décor, want to something to fit in with a cottage style bedroom, or you’re just hankering for some patchwork this is one of those quilt patterns that are deceptively easy to sew.
An absolutely gorgeous design, Flying in Circles will allow you to achieve an easy elegant quilt with timeless circular designs. Using the illusion of circles, flying geese blocks are cleverly arranged to imitate circular piecing, but using only straight stitching with a lovely reimagining of the classic dizzy geese quilt pattern.
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Pro tip: This is the quilt pattern to use up those layer cakes and scrap packs. You can play with a whole rainbow of colors and let the `jewels’ pop, and if you don't have the right shade you could create a swap with some quilting buddies!
What you need to know about this quilt pattern:
Technique: Rotary cutting and all straight stitching
Skill level: Easy, suitable for all skill levels — it’s all straight lines!
Size: The pattern is for a six-repeat star single bed size quilt 61"x 85" (154 x 231 cms) with 96 finished 6" blocks. Without borders, it measures 48½" x 72".
A four-repeat star makes a 48½" square (without borders) and a nine-repeat star makes it approximately 72½" square (without borders).
Fabric requirements: Make it traditional, scrappy, or modern this pattern always