28th October Update:
Okay guys, I’ve found the error.
It’s in step three. I’ve reversed the colours used. You’re supposed to have flying geese with yellow wings and a blue base, not the other way around.
I’m genuinely sorry for the error. I don’t know how it slipped through. I know it means you have a whole swag of flying geese in the wrong colour left over. Again, I’m so sorry. I hope you can use them on the back, or perhaps in another project. I’ve now updated all the instructions so hopefully the only ones you will need to reprint are the ones from Step Three.
Okay. Are you ready? This part is easy. Trust me.
I’m just going to assume you’re making the two colour quilt for the sake of brevity – if you’re making a scrappy quilt, just substitute random colours when I use the blue or yellow, and still keep your creams as they are.
From Cream fabric, cut (196) 2 ½” squares
From Yellow fabric, cut (49) 4 ½” squares
Draw a light pencil line on the wrong side of the cream squares as shown:
Lay this square, right sides together, over the corner of a yellow square. Stitch on the drawn line, and trim excess away.
Repeat with remaining cream squares, until you have stitched all four sides.
Unit A – Make 49 blocks.
When complete, these blocks should measure 4 ½” square.
Place in a ziplock bag and label as Unit A.
That’s it! See you next week!