FREE PATTERN: Nature’s Harmony

Hello Friends, I hope you are doing well.  I am having another “less 24 hours to ship out a project” episode, so I didn’t have time to take pictures of my recently featured magazine quilts to share with you.  But I do have a new free pattern to share with you that uses flying geese units!  SO, if flying geese are your thing to do….

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Quilter’s Cache documents here the different ways in making flying geese units.  Which is your method of choice?

My Nature’s Harmony design uses fabrics from RJR’s Silent Harmony Collection.

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Updated May 17, 2017 — Unfortunately, the pattern is no longer available for download for RJR’s website.  It was an exclusive design, and I do not have the pattern in my personal archive to share.

Thanks for stopping by.  I shall catch up with you tomorrow!

10 thoughts on “FREE PATTERN: Nature’s Harmony

  1. I was ‘this’ close to that fabric line a couple of days ago (it’s really beautiful!) but had spent my “allotment” ….and then some!……but I so love flying geese (the “no waste” method!) so this is a definite “right up my alley” pattern. Your deadlines constantly make my head spin!!!!! Squeezy hugs to you….SSAB

    • Do you still have this pattern? RJR fabric’s link is broken and I can’t find it. Would appreciate any help you can give. Thank you

      • Carol….you may want to contact Wendy directly to see if she can help you out. Apparently I was negligent/procrastinating in my downloading it!!!! Sorry………….

  2. This quilt is amazing. I think with certain colors it could look very masculine. It is sometimes hard to find patterns for the men in our lives.

    Every quilt I see of yours I want to make!! I will need to live to be very old!!

  3. I love “Flying Geese”. I used it for the first quilt I did for one of my grandchildren. Thanks for sharing. I think I will use it again very soon. And thank you for your support.

  4. Love how you’ve fussy cut the motifs! I love doing flying geese!! I prefer the method where you sew the squares to a rectangle. My very favorite instructor ever taught us to only snip off the middle piece and leave the rectangle as a whole; that way when you’re piecing them into your quilt, you have less chance for distortion. Really love the red/orange version!

  5. I really like this pattern!! Wendy, you are one very busy lady. All I can say is, “wow!!!” And keep smiling.

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