Week 3 of the Front Porch QAL is all about making our 3D Flying Geese blocks.
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I want to thank you all for your love and support for taking one week off. I was so thankful to go home and spend time with my mom. If you missed this message, you can read more about it here, on my Instagram post.
Need to get the Front Porch quilt pattern.
Tips for your Front Porch block assembly:
If you, like me, want to try and add fill to your 3D flying geese blocks, I will share what I’ve tried.
I need to give credit to @thewannbegrandma for this idea. She was the one who first asked if this could be filled. I first said no, but after thinking about it realized she was right! These 3D Flying Geese blocks can 100% be filled, if you want to.
To be honest, I am trying this for the first time. But I am happy to share what I am trying and how it’s going.
There’s no real way that I can tell to measure how much fill I am using. And each 3D Flying Geese block is a little different from the next, but I am eyeballing to try and be consistent with the amount if fill I use.
Here are some photos of my process of filling my 3D flying geese blocks with fill.
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