While searching for scraps to use, I happened to look in the drawer where I found a layer cake of fabric.
I also pulled some solid white fabric to use also. These are great for chain piecing. And I started.
I copied my previous layout for this one. And there were these pieces leftover.
There is a funny story about flying geese units that I want to share with you. An aquaintance's mother saw something I posted about flying geese. She watched the video intently so I am told. Then she sent a message asking "When are you going to show the rest of the goose. I want to see the finished goose quilt."
Apparently non-quilters (and even some quilters) have no clue about how quilt blocks get named. The "flying geese" unit (not goose, it is never a goose!) is named so because the triangle part looks like a flock of geese flying in formation. From what I have read and seen, a flock of geese almost always flies in this formation.
Blocks are given names based on what some creative soul saw when they looked at the block. That is why some blocks have more than one name designation.
And about creativity, I will close with this quote from a book I read.
― from "The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are"
by Brene Brown