This quilt illustrates the versatility of a single, traditional quilt block. Each week we create the same block using the same four fabrics. However, in each block the fabrics will be placed in different positions, creating a completely different visial image of the block. Hopefully, this will allow us to see quilt blocks in a new light and create more original designs in future quilts. The blocks will be created with triangles, squares and "flying geese" units, using rotary cutting methods in class and machine piecing accomplished on your own sewing machine at home. Linda has several different methods for craeting "flying geese" whiich she will demonstrate. You may choose your favorite method. One yard each of four coordinating fabrics should be enough for 12 blocks, each 12 1/2". Each of the fabrics must be distinctive from the other to create the desired effect. You will need extra fabric for finishes and borders. Additionbal yardage of same or different fabric will be required. You may use sashing, additional solid blocks or another setting design. You may want to wait until the first class, in which we will discuss fabrics needed and design, before purchasing fabrics. Access Linda’s website at: www.hunters-stars.com, for photos similar to this quilt project, photos of previous class projects and other quilt information.