Flying Geese Crossing – Kimberly Einmo – Sunday, Sept 22, 2019

Appropriate level: Intermediate 

Class description:  Thanks to Kimberly Einmo‘s clever design and signature technique for making no-fail flying geese units, this gorgeous quilt is comprised of straight set blocks that give the illusion of diagonally set rows. Only you’ll know how easy it actually is to construct!

Flying Geese Crossing is the perfect way to feature one of those luscious pre-cut strip bundles and background fabrics or favorite fabrics from your stash. The best part about Kimberly’s signature construction method using her EZ Flying Geese Ruler is that there is no math, no wasted fabric, and no stress to make flying geese! Spend the day creating a glorious quilt that is easily customizable to fit a wall or any size bed. You’ll finish the class as a pro at making flying geese from simple strips, plus you’ll have a great time spending the day learning so many tips and tricks from Kimberly!

Note: please allow time to complete the pre-work prior to attending class to ensure an enjoyable experience. 

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Registration

Workshops are open to both guild members and non-guild members. Because the cost of the workshops is subsidized by members’ dues, non-members are asked to pay an additional $20 per workshop. Non-members will be able to register for all 2019 workshops after December 1, 2018. Workshop registration policy.

Members: $60 + $2 credit card processing fee

Non-Members: $80 + $2.65 credit card processing fee

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Online registration is available for both members and non-members.  (If you prefer to write a check and mail in your workshop registration, please download our printable form.)

See the complete GAAQG Workshop Registration/Refund Policy for more information.

Questions?

Contact our VP-Programs.

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This post was written by Kathy Johnson