So, I dug through my layer cakes, and found my set of Late Bloomers by Sandy Gervais. Perhaps its because the colors are so autumnal, and it's Thanksgiving week, but it just jumped out at me.
Armed with that and some Kona Bone, I started plotting. I wanted to make sure I had indeed gotten my measurements right, so I made up a test unit just to be sure.
For this, I used some scrap white fabric that I had sitting around, that I knew wasn't 100% cotton. I've used this fabric in other projects, and learned the hard way, when I pressed it, that there's some polyester content in it. I figured for just a test unit, it would be fine, and I'm on the verge of just throwing the rest of this junk away anyhow.
Look at those ripples after pressing! And look at how NOT SQUARE this unit is!!
Thankfully, I was able to still figure out that my measurements (if I'm using cotton) are just fine, so I jumped in and started working on the units.
Don't you just love the way a freshly cut, perfect set of squares looks? I digress....
I used the super-easy no-waste method, and started making my geese...