Bonnie Hunter has revealed the second clue in her newest mystery, Easy Street: make 128 flying geese using the Easy Angle ruler and the Companion Angle ruler and 2” strips of the purples and the black-on-whites.
I used the Companion Angle ruler and 2” strips of purple to cut 128
purple quarter square triangles and the Easy Angle ruler and 2” strips
of black-on-white strips with right sides together to cut 128 matched
pairs of triangles. This gave me 128 right side triangles and 128 left
I matched the edges and the top notches of the right side wing triangles to the right side of the goose triangle and stitched. Pressed the right wing open then added the left wing triangles and pressed it open. This gave me the necessary 128 - 2” X 3-1/2” unfinished flying geese units.
If that isn’t ENOUGH to keep me busy this week – Bonnie said we could go ahead and cut 64 2” X 3-1/2” rectangles from our black-on-white prints. She said that we’ll be using those in a future step, and we’ll have them readily on hand.