Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Technique Tuesday and Fabric GIVEAWAY!

I love bright colors and these new fabrics by Amanda Murphy, Free Motion Fantasy, are right up my alley! I asked for a selection of some of the skus along with a Layer Cake. Here are a few of these lovely prints:

Free Motion Fantasy fabrics
I had a few ideas swirling in my head and began with one concept using a 10" square and some supporting fabric. I ditched that and came up with a tried-and-true pattern from my quilt vault. I cut some fabrics from 2 skus and selected a dozen or so of the 10" squares.

Getting ready!
So, what was I making? First, more of the parts:

Pattern and Patches
I was remaking my Circle of Geese pattern from my third book, Paper Piecing Perfect Points (Martingale, 2013). It's been a workshop for several years and I have a variety of samples using various collections. Why not one more?

My Circles of Geese uses 8 of those foundation patterns (four per 1/4 circle). I began stitching using orange on the inside and gray on the outside. I wanted a scrappy look to the geese.

Four units getting ready for second "goose" color
Why didn't I choose a single color for both sides of the geese? Well, I wanted the outside of the ring to touch this fabric:

Orange main print
Here is one of the 8 units that I foundation pieced. Yes, orange on one side of the Geese and gray on the other.
Paper pieced unit before trimming
 And how does it look on the wrong side?

Foundation unit before trimming
Now for the trimming along the outside line:

Trimmed foundation unit
Paper removed. Notice that because I trim BEFORE I add the next patch, there is no guessing. This creates a  clean look on the wrong side, as though I used templates with 1/4" seams!

Paper removed
And from the front. Can you see those lovely 1/4" seams and the sharp points? Only possible (for me) via paper piecing. I made 8 of these units with a variety of Geese colors.

One of 8 units trimmed
Then I added that orange main print for the background. I cut four pieces using a freezer paper template. Each of the four units will finish to 12", so I was able to get all four from a 12-1/2" x wof piece of fabric (because I flip-flopped the template).

Cut four background patches
I stitched sets of two Flying Geese units together and then set them into the background piece. Now it's time to audition two different colors for the 1/4 circle base. Do I want pink or yellow?

Pink or yellow 1/4 circle base?
Yellow won out! Now it was time to audition my sashings. What? Do you think I plan all this stuff ahead of time? Never, ever - honest. I basically wing it as I go along. I am a visual person and the fabric never lets me read the last chapter of the book early!

I finally settled on the pink (as you can see above). Let's see it all together, shall we? The sashings are 2" finished, so this little sample is 30" x 30". I think I'm going to add another Flying Geese border around all four sides since I have plenty of that light gray fabric left.

I'm not sure about that orange on the inside track of the Flying Geese, but guess what? It's too late!

Circle of Geese using Free Motion Fantasy

If you're still with me, would you like to be entered in my GIVEAWAY for a fat quarter bundle of these fabrics? Of course, you do.

Simply leave me a message here telling me what you think about anything I shared. Make sure I have your email address (many of you come through as "no reply" commenters, so I can't even send you an email when you reply at other times).

The contest is open until midnight Friday August 24. USA residents only (Benartex makes the rules; I just follow them).

For International visitors I will select one winner also; let me know what country you are from and I will have a second giveaway for you: any of my 100 patterns on Craftsy. If you are chosen, I will send you your choice from those!

Thanks for stopping by. And don't forget to check out the blog hop happening at the Sew in Love with Fabric blog this week. There's a winner every day!

168 comments:

  1. You paper piecing is spectacular. What a beautiful block.

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  2. What a great pattern for playing with colours. Thanks for your great detailed photographs. I'm from Canada.

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  3. Beautiful fabrics! Love the yellow center, too. It looks like a big sun to me!

    Sandy A
    scotty4me39 (at) yahoo:dot:com

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  4. Your choice of colors are just stunning! That fabric is yummy!

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  5. I like your demonstration of the geese paper piecing.rita_l_39212@yahoo.com

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  6. Love how you used these fabrics!
    Cblanton79@gmail.com

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  7. Oh what a feast for the eyes! The fabric and the pattern just sing!

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  8. Love the movement in this piece....and the colors.
    sharpres@gmail.com

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  9. Omg, you made curve piecing look so easy! I always struggle with this technique and just push the patterns aside

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  10. beautiful paper piecing unit - I have tried flying geese in a circle and really like the look but haven't made them in years

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  11. I love the circle of geese. The print that you used for the background would be fantastic for fussy-cutting! Is the paper piecing pattern available for free somewhere?
    Thanks!
    Elana613@gmail.com
    Tzfat, Israel

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  12. Love the way you share your playing with colours.

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  13. I love that you made your geese Scrappy, yet controlled on the outside edges. I could see this as a scrap buster. Do you share your paper pieced pattern for the geese?
    Scott_3508@netins.net

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  14. Love the colors in those fabrics and you're a genius by designing the fabric using FM designs. For me it would be a great way to learn FMQ, which I have yet tried. Thank you for the opportunity to win some beautiful fabrics.

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  15. The curved flying geese piecing looks fabulous!

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  16. Thanks for the tutorial and the yellow looks good, like a big happy sun. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  17. Hello Debby; I enjoyed reading your post with the fun attitude you have included in selecting fabrics and in creating your blocks. I do like the fabrics that you chose to use they are all bright and work together fabulously. Thank you for sharing!

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  18. Great paper-piecing! It really gives precision to your work.

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  19. I think I need to get your book. You make those circles of flying geese look easy. And easy is what I like.

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  20. Love the colors of the geese!

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  21. Love the colors that you used!

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  22. I love flying geese and even better when they are in a circle! Love there new fabric collection too!

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  23. What a lovely wall hanging! Love the background fabric you used. I love that you don’t make a lot of plans. It’s great when “happy accidents” happen, right?

    Thanks for a super giveaway and a chance to win!

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  24. This is a very interesting pattern and I would love to try it.

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  25. Very inspiring - I need to make a circle of geese block as soon as possible! And would love to win these beautiful, bright colors to use in it!

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  26. The yellow circle base makes the design look like a sun. It's a great design for summer with possibilities as a patio tablecloth.

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  27. I love Paper piecing and these fabrics are scrumptious.

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  28. What a great combination. I've not tried curved piecing, but I love your design and this fabric line is fabulous.
    Pat

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  29. I find it interesting that you use freezer paper as your template for the background piece! Smart lady! . . . I'd never have thought of that!

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  31. Wow! I love the vibrancy of the block! So glad I saw this post as I have been wanting to make circular FG in a quilt I'm planning! Just didn't know how. Would love to see more of your patterns, I'm going to Craftsy right now. Wilma from the southern tip of South Africa! bedrock@netactive.co.za

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  32. Debby, I've your classes at tge Lakeland Sewing event and always enjoyed your easy methods. This looks like fun and one I'd love to tackle. Thanks for sharing.

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  33. Great piecing - any tricks to getting your circle to look so perfect??? mumbird3atgmaildotcom

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  34. Looks great! Ioften "wing-it" when selecting colors too, can never tell what might look great until you get to that point in the construction.

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  35. Your design and the fabrics are just stunning. Can't wait to get my hands on some of that fabric. skrulitz77@gmail.com

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  36. I like your circle of geese pattern. And your step-by-step of the process was very clear!

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  37. Love this fabric! Love you block too, but not fond of PP. I need to try again!

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  38. I really like how you used different colors for the inside and outside of the geese. Looks so good! crazeematz@gmail.com

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  39. Love your pattern and the fabrics are wonderful.

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  40. I love the orange on the inside track. Very sunny!
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  41. I think it's smart to audition fabrics as you go -- look how gorgeous the resulting quilt is! These fabrics are lovely and it's cool that the designs come from free motion quilting designs.

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  42. I love your Circle of Geese! It reminds me of the sun, which has sort of absent this summer from eastern PA.

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  43. That's beautiful, and the orange near the center makes it look like a blazing sun. You always have the best inspirations!

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  44. Flying geese are always fun to do. Your sample blocks remind me how much I enjoyed doing them.. gonna do some again soon!!

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  45. Love this! So pretty! Now I need to find your book so I can make this too!
    kathy
    kathyquilter@hotmail.com

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  46. You always show such happy quilt blocks and the instructions are always well written and easy to follow.

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  47. Just starting with paper piecing - I'll have to check out your book! From Canada - would love one of your Craftsy patterns!
    basaran.family (at) rogers.com

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  48. i love these fabrics and your pattern shows them off perfectly.

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  49. It is absolutely beautiful, Debby, and I love that orange in there. Great job on the paper piecing, but all those curves look scary.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  50. You do make curved piecing look easy! Paper piecing is not my strong suit, but it seems like I am going to have to practice enough until it is!

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  51. I love to read your blog and look at all the pics! Thanks for the chance.

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  52. I love flying geese too your fabric is so pretty, thanks for showing us

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  53. What a great idea for those of us who want to learn how to quilt. Whether used for quilting or not, the fabrics are colorful and great for piecing. Thanks for sharing. Margaret Zielinski mzielins@tampabay.rr.com

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  54. I love the round flying geese . I haven't tried making it yet as I don't thinks I'm ready for it . But I'm making my way up to it . I'm from Australia and love watching and reading your blog.
    Jeni

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  55. Cute little project. I like your way of just jumping in and letting the fabric speak to you so you never quite know what you're going to end up with.

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  56. I liked your pix on the foundation piecing part. I still have trouble with it!

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  57. I love that look and the way you used the fabrics. What a neat pattern.
    golfingofcourse at gmail dot com

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  58. Love your block. I will be taking my first class in paper piecing soon so will have to give this a try. You have a very fun way of expressing yourself. Fun to read!

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  59. LOVE LOVE LOVE this so much! I want to make a circle of geese... It's on my to do list!

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  60. I just learned how to paper piece and your post today is very helpful for me. Thanks.

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  61. That's a really amazing quilt for just 'winging' it! I don't believe I've seen curved flying geese before. I only had flying geese turn out well once, and that was when they were paper pieced!

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  62. Thank you for sharing. Love this pattern and your choice of fabrics. tch4grd@hotmail.com

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  63. I am so impressed with your circle of geese, but I have a "hate/hate" relationship with paper piecing, so I'll just have to admire your designs vicariously. Would enjoy sewing with these fabrics, though! joyecox@yahoo.com

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  64. I like how you audition your fabrics for 'winging it'.

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  65. Your circle of geese is spectacular. I am becoming a fan of paper piecing. I took a class from Amanda earlier this summer-she is an amazing teacher. Loved her trunk show of quilts. sarah.lewis1@comcast.net

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  66. What a great block! I love your color choices. I like the way you “wing it”.
    cecilialyoung at gmail dot com

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  67. I love it! But you had me at orange... my favourite colour LOL

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  68. I never thought make the curved geese two colors so that you would have a circle upon circle. clever idea I will have to do.

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  69. I have never tried paper piecing, however, I love looking at what others have created using that technique and yours is lovely.
    dragonfly9716(at)yahoo(dot(com)

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  70. Love your curved geese! I have made 1 wall hanging with curved pp'd geese, kinda fun:)

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  71. Your geese turned out great. Nice and pointy. Thank you for sharing your tips.

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  72. I've always thought the curve flying geese looked so complicated! I didn't realize it was paper pieced. Suddenly I really want to try it!( Now that you've taken the mystery out of it). Thanks!

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  73. So pretty! Thanks for the detailed directions!

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  74. Great pattern to showcase this fabric collection ... or should I say great fabric collection to showcase your pattern? Either way, your circle of geese quilt looks fabulous with all of the bright colors.

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  75. I like how you used the inner 'wing' of color on the circle of geese to add to the glow.

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  76. Great pattern. I like how your pieces look on the wrong sides and I like that you remove the paper before sewing it to the outside and inside pieces. Lovely.

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  77. I like your method of paper piecing--which I still need practice on!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  78. I'm working on a flying geese project right now, one I'm designing myself, and it's so helpful to see the way you used color in your project. I love seeing how you used a single color on each side, something I've been dabbling in. Reading your blog is so often like taking a mini class in color or design as well as technique. Thank you.

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  79. I love this block! I’m a beginner so not ready for paper piecing yet. Love the colors

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  80. I love the 2 color geese. The colors are outstanding. Jmikebalou (at) aol (dot) com

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  81. I'm not much for curved piecing but your flying geese and tutorial are inspirational.

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  82. oh my that pattern is so pretty! Thanks for showing us how easy it can be when you go step by step. Jenny Zal
    ScoobyPebb at gmail dot com

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  83. Yellow for the quarter circles was a perfect choice! The main print is beautiful, too. I'd love to make something with Amanda's fabrics.

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  84. Love the fabric and the two colored geese

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  85. I liked the idea of using two different fabrics around the flying geese.

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  86. Love the fabrics and paper piecing, Thanks!
    clm63@msn.com

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  87. I love all the colors in those fabrics. Wow. The orange changes how the pattern looks. When I look at the finished piece I see sun peeking thru a window. The orange is the rays of the sun. Very cool and unexpected effect. quiltbeach@gmail.com

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  88. I just love the fabric collection the colors are awesome! I always choose the bright colors. I also love the paper piecing. A lot of folks are put off with paper piecing, as was I until the last few months. What accuracy and it is fun. Thanks for the great new project ideas!
    darlenelance@comcast.net

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  89. It's been awhile since I visited your site. Love the flying geese and this line of fabric. Thanks for sharing.

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  90. I love the "audition" phases and seeing how it all comes together in the end. For sharp points, I also prefer paper piecing. Love the finished piece. Thanks for sharing.

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  91. What a great scrap buster! Ever since I took your English paper piecing class in ATL a few years back I love your blog, patterns and tips! What a great technique. Thank you for sharing all that quilting wisdom! chelle_martin@outlook.com

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  92. I love your block and those fabrics are beautiful! Your blog is always so interesting

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  93. I love paper piecing and flying geese are to pretty like this. I think I'd make 3 more blocks and make a nice lap quilt. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  94. Those are my kind of colors! Thank you for the chance to win.

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  95. I love how detailed you are in your posts. For those of us that are still learning (and aren't we all!!) it is a real help.

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  96. I learn from the way you work thru the selection process. That's the hardest part for me. Thx for the walk thru. mtrichka@windstream.net

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  97. I love how it looks like a sun shining in the window. You have inspired me to try paper piecing. The fabrics are fantastic. I love the colors and patterns.

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  98. I love the brights and this Circle of Geese pattern. Thinking this may be my next project. That is as soon as I clean up my scrap quilt mess I made. Taking it all apart

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  99. Love the colours and you've inspired me to pull out the project from the OSQE from a couple of years ago using a similar pattern!

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  100. Love your design and the placement of the colors. Looks like a fiery sunset and makes me smile. sewnweave @ yahoo.com

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  101. What a wonderful collection! These colors are amazing! I love how you put together your colors! Perfect! Thank you, Susan

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  102. What a beautiful block! I love the movement that you created by using different fabrics for each side of the geese. Thanks for the inspiration Debby! And thanks for your always-inspiring blog.

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  103. Another great way to make your Circle of Geese Debby. You just surprise us every time. Such fun colours in the fabric to drool over. Can hardly wait to see it in our local fabric store.

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  104. I love your design! It looks complicated. The fabric is so bright and cheerful. shades000 at gmail dot com

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  105. I love Amanda Murphy's Free Motion Fantasy fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win some!

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  106. What a great giveaway. Is this pattern available somewhere? It really looks intense but you sure make it sound easy! Thanks for sharing.

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  107. So nicely explained and I love how you audition the fabrics.

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  108. This fabric collection is perfect for your project! Loving the circle of geese and I do like the orange on the inside...it makes them look like the geese are flying into the sunset. Good choice on the yellow inside too! What an awesome fabric design! duchick at gmail dot com

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  109. I love paper pieced flying geese. You can have them going in any direction. Thanks for sharing.

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  110. Your geese on the curve is gorgeous in those delicious fabrics!

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  111. Love the pattern and the fabric.

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  112. Fantastic paper piecing! Also the orange inside the flying geese track is awesome and really helps the colors pop. I wouldn't change a thing <3

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  113. Yes you are right the paper piecing technique turns out perfect flying geese. Love the vibrant color combos. rozz01atcoxdotnet

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  114. Love the result of the orange on one side of all the geese! (Canada)

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  115. Love the colors and your instructions. Thanks

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  116. I’ve never tried the Fkying Geese. It looks complicated.
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  117. Love that quilt block, and I love paper piecing, too.

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  118. Great ideas. I’m going to try this.

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  119. I never knew how to do this technique. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge. Works up so nicely with great points! Thx! alpertjan@yahoo.com

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  120. What a beautiful block! I definitely want to try this one.

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  121. what a lovely block, so bright and happy. i love to paper piece. my lines are so much straighter. LOL i love this.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  122. Wonderful paper piecing! I love how the main fabric picks up the colors you used for the Flying Geeese.

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  123. I love all the variations of your Circle of Geese pattern that you've shared over the years. Using freezer paper templates sounds like a great idea. I'd love to win this fabric - thanks for the chance. jjaw@verizon.net

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  124. Looove your Block!! I have not done paper piecing before..and your info has been very helpful!! Thank you for sharing, and for chance to win some beautiful fabric!! :)

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  125. Your circle of geese is gorgeous. I am trying to get brave enough to try paper-piecing. It opens so many possibilities. Thank you for all your postings.

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  126. I like the orange on the inside...looks like a sun burst. I thought it was a very clever design decision. Thanks for sharing!!

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  127. You did an awesome job! I love, love that orange/aqua print! It all looks great together, and you made the right choices, but actually you couldn't go wrong with those wonderful colors to use.

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  128. those are happy colors for a happy quilt

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  129. Beautiful paper piecing! I need to try that soon.

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  130. I love the fabric and the pattern. It was a pleasant surprise to see the flying geese right side up.

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  131. I liked learning more about paper piecing. I especially love this beautiful fabric.

    Great colors!

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  133. Oh my, That Block is breathtaking! I love that fabric. The colors are stunning and paisleys always catch my eye. I think you made a good choice on the light color for outside of the geese. It really makes your flying geese circle stand out.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  134. Love the happy colors. The curved paper piecing is so smart. Drhodes9@cox.net

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  135. Debby, Bright colors speak to me also, especially that orange on your insides track! Glad you left it there. Gives a nod to your pink sashing.

    bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  136. I am not much of a paperpiecer but, I have wanted to make a (?) goose circle-- I really like the two colored circle surrounding the geese

    sharongalli(at) gmail (dot)com

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  137. Lovely Fabrics and design. Your work is always fantastic Debby. Thank you for a chance to win Amanda’s beautiful, newest fabric line.

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  138. Love the way you are showing us the three color Flying Geese. Even picked up a tip from the size of the fabric pieces you showed for the F.G. sections. Love the colors too.

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  139. Great pattern and great geese and great color choice. cshelleyqbq(at)gmail(dot)com

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  140. Wow, that is stunning, Debby! I like how simple that paper-piecing pattern is. I could actually see myself doing that one without getting too frustrated by pieces that just won't behave. Thank you so much for the design ideas, and for the giveaway from you and Benartex. dezertsuz at gmail

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  141. That looks like a difficult pattern - but with your instructions I bet even I could do it! Love all of the colors. CarolinaLangmo(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  142. Love the paper pieced geese!

    Stephloupee at Comcast dot net

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  143. What a funky piece. I love it. Yellow was definitely the better choice. Interesting fabric collection.
    Janice.snell@gmail.com

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  144. Really like your circle of geese pattern. Thanks for the giveaway

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  145. I love your circle of geese quilt. I also live paper piecing so can't wait to try this. The fabrics are fabulous!!

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  146. You make that circle of geese look so easy. You give good instructions. Now I just need to translate them into my very own circle of geese. The fabrics are so bright and lovely.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  147. Beautiful. I love paper piecing and have been wanting to make the circle of geese for a long time. I believe now I’m going to try it because of your beautiful quilt.

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  148. I love your pattern of a circle of flying geese! Your mini quilt is going to be colorful and awesome!
    yoyopattycakes at hotmail dot com

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  149. This is a great pattern Debby! I like seeing the orange focus fabric in a project too, so bright and cheery! I always trim before adding the next patch too. :-)

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  150. Paper piecing is the ultimate so I am going to have to try circle of geese. Those colors almost look psychedelic 60's! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  151. I just adore the Circle of Geese pattern. Those colors are gorgeous together. Thanks for the giveaway

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  152. The quilt block is beautiful.
    barnesyeightytwo at outlook dot com

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  153. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.netAugust 23, 2018 at 3:53 PM

    I also like the accuracy that PP gives me and I audition fabric as I go.

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  154. It's a beautiful pattern. The fabric goes very well with your block.

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  155. Your use of the focus fabric is great! I have trouble with multicolored prints, but you make them look good!

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  156. Fabulous design and
    I love the pink fabric
    used on the quilt.
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  157. Hi Debby, This was explained very carefully and excellently. I have never ever done paper piecing. I hope to win so I can. You pattern is looks to be used friendly and quiet stunning too. And OH EM' GEEZ! THE FABRIC IS EPIC I AM DROOLING OVER HOW GORGEOUS THESE FABRICS ARE. I LOVE THE PRINTS. THE BOLD AND VIBRANT COLORS THAT POP ARE JUST EPIC! Thank you for sharing your excellent work with us. I appreciate it when anyone shares their skills and techniques with us so that we can learn or improve our own skills. I loved your design for the quilt. Thank you also for Hosting this giveaway.

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  158. I like the pattern. I think the pink sashing is perfect!

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  159. Very pretty quilt and fabric is gorgeous. dorthac at aol.com

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  160. I think you made the right choice in choosing the yellow rather than the pink for the middle circle.

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  161. Great post thanks for sharing the paper piecing.

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  162. I love the "triangulated" inner circle! Makes me want to create an entire quilt of that! wrybbunz@gmail.com

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  163. I love your paper piecing instructions--easy to understand! Thanks!

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  164. I very much like your pattern it's beautiful,thank for sharing good i dea !

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