Greetings! Erin Hentzel from Avery Lane Sewing here to share a pretty flying geese apron sewing tutorial for you to make. With the holidays right around the corner, we're all busy in my home making gifts to give to others. I love creating a handmade holiday atmosphere in my home, so I also do a lot of baking with my kids during this time of year. The kids love giving homemade breads and treats to our neighbors. For me, I feel it's nice to have a pretty apron to wear while baking and entertaining friends and family throughout this festive season.
Eleanor Burns is back again with some great tips as we head into the holiday season! If you are one of those quilters who's afraid of the Flying Geese blocks, you won't be anymore. Eleanor shows you how quick and easy you can make the Dutchman's Puzzle, also known as the Louisiana block. Try it for your next project using the GO! Flying Geese-3" die!
Erin Harris here from House on Hill Road with a fast sew for you today. These cute flying geese table placemats are a great way to dress up your holiday table. Sets of four or six also make a beautiful handmade gift for someone on your list!
Hi, I'm Bea from Beaquilter! I'm here to show another tutorial/ project that's great for the Holidays coming up. For this project you'll need blue, yellow and white fabric as well as a fusible web, the GO! Angel and the GO! Flying Geese dies. Of course batting and backing too.