I've always liked flying geese patterns, but I sometimes struggle with getting them the correct size.
I finally wrote my own which includes wiggle room! If you've never tried the four-at-a-time method before, this is a great pattern to start with.
The name comes because "the collective noun for a group of geese on the ground is a gaggle; when in flight, they are called a skein, a team, or a wedge; when flying close together, they are called a plump." These are close together....and a little chubby 😉
This skill building pattern was written with scraps in mind, but if you don't have many handy, it also is suitable for charm packs, layer cakes, fat eighths and/or yardage!
See images for fabric requirements - there are directions for four sizes, but feel free to add or remove blocks to make the quilt your preferred size!
Notes about the pattern:
- A beginner friendly pattern, designed & written by Stephanie of Hillside Stitches, LLC.
- Every effort is made to ensure accuracy; I accept no responsibility for errors or omissions but welcomes suggestions for future patterns.
- If you do find any inconsistencies, please let me know via email or direct message.
Notes about the PDF:
- This is a DIGITAL download. No physical copies of anything (pattern, roses, plant, or coffee) will be shipped to you.
- The PDF is an instant download after checkout.
- PDF can be viewed on your device or printed as 8.5inx11in.
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- Pattern is for one person only.
- Do not copy, sell or distribute this pattern without written consent.
License to sell: You may sell the items you have made using this pattern as a small independent seller. Please credit the pattern as Hillside Stitches.