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Night Flight

from Quilts by Wing Designs
(7) Name: 'Quilting : Night Flight
Night Flight Twin size, omitting outer borders
Night Flight
Night Flight
Night Flight Queen size

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Sewing accurate 1/4" seams
  • Rotary cutting skills

Pattern Description:

FLYING GEESE blocks have never been so easy!!

This is a great quilt pattern whether you're needing a twin or a queen size quilt. You make the flying geese in this quilt using the "Fast Flying Geese" method which makes 4 flying geese units at a time and with NO WASTE of fabric. This pattern goes together quickly and gives you a great looking quilt. By adding more or larger borders, it could easily be made into a King size quilt, too.

Designed with beginners in mind, but unique enough for advanced quilters.

This pattern started out as a Mystery Quilt, so you will find the step-by-step instructions VERY EASY to follow and understand with LOTS OF DIAGRAMS.

In the cutting out process, we have you putting your parts into marked clear plastic bags, which greatly helps with keeping things organized. So whether you get the quilt finished this week or next month (or for some of us, perhaps next year), you will always be able to find your parts and pieces and get right back into the fun of completing this quilt top.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Twin: 72" x 80" (omit the two outer borders)
  • Queen: 92" x 100" (shown)

Materials:

  • The pattern uses three fabrics: a focus fabric of either medium or dark value; an accent fabric of either medium or dark value; and a light fabric for the background (or use a dark background and lighten the other two fabrics).

You Will Also Need:

  • Sewing machine
  • Rotary cutting tools
  • Thread
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Scissors
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$8.50

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Welcome to WING DESIGNS -- quilt patterns designed by Theresa Ward and Sharon Lorfing

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