Puzzletje Quilt

The Dutch Puzzle block is what inspired this quilt. The center of this quilt is a recolored version of a Dutch Puzzle, and then I added a ring of additional flying geese around the outside… since this is a wall-hanging size quilt, I named it the Puzzletje quilt. Obviously the “puzzle” comes from the Dutch Puzzle block, and the “tje” is the suffix that means “small” in Dutch! And while the Dutchies reading this will say that I’ve spelled it wrong (Puzzeltje is how this would be spelled in Dutch), I’m going to be just fine with that. But feel free to tell me in the comments anyway … I totally get it.

The Puzzletje quilt uses the Creative Grids Flying Geese Trim Tool. This is such a simple tool to use when making flying geese. I love that the measurements and quantities needed are right there on the ruler. And, regardless of your favorite method for making Flying Geese, this ruler is perfect for trimming them up! You can see two different methods for making Flying Geese blocks in the video below.

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Comments

  1. Valerie Jensen says

    Going to try this pattern in Halloween fabric. Thank you

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