Project Description

***Longarm Version*** Originally part of a previous tutorial, this video shows the designs in the Free-motion Challenge Quilting Along Flying Geese blocks quilted on a Longarm.

Flying Geese Blocks are fun to piece and easy to quilt…..once you see how! Learn three of my favorite quilting designs for flying geese blocks and more. Info + Links below

I’m Angela Walters and in this FREE video series, I’m going to share my favorite quilting designs for common quilt blocks.

In this video, you’ll:

  •  Learn 3 different ways to machine quilt Flying Geese Quilt Blocks.
  • See why I think about the block placement BEFORE I pick designs.
  • Get inspired to create your own design variations.

Class Resources & Featured in the Episode

Free Downloadable Tip Sheet and Quilting Diagrams 

FREE Motivation: If you like this series, join my Free-motion Challenge Facebook group.

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Machine quilting with Rulers:

How to quilt the Wishbone Design:

Quilting Wishbones in Borders:

5 Ways to Use Wishbones on Your Quilts:

Dot to Dot Tutorial- The Diamond Design:

About the Challenge

Sometimes deciding what designs to use on a quilt can be more difficult that actually quilting them.  That’s why my newest Free-motion Challenge Quilting Along helps answer the question that plagues machine quilters everywhere, “How Do I Quilt It?”


  • Oct. 28th- How to Pick designs for your quilts
  • Nov. 4th-  Nine Patch and Cross Blocks 
  • Nov. 7th –  Challenge Check In & Live Q&A (3pm CST)
  • Nov. 11th -Flying Geese Blocks
  • Nov. 18th – Square in a Square Blocks 
  • Nov. 20th – Challenge Check In & Live Q&A (3pm CST)
  • Nov. 25th – Star Blocks
  • Dec. 2nd – Pinwheels and X Blocks 
  • Dec. 9th – Blocks with Multiple Shapes
  • Dec. 11th – Challenge Wrap and Live Q&A (3pm CST)