School has been crazy busy with it being the last few days before final exams and the end of the semester. As a result I haven't gotten the final two corners made as fast as I had hoped.
The third corner was paper-pieced using a quick 2-inch by 4-inch flying geese pattern. I used up almost all of the remaining dark green fabric that I had used in the quilt top. And was really happy to get the directional print going in the same direction on both sides of the corner!
The pattern for the flying geese strips that I used can be found here - pattern. And the pp'd pattern for the corner unit can be found here - corner unit.
For each flying geese unit that you make with the pp'd pattern you will need a3" by 5" rectangle of the goose fabric, and 1 3" square cut in half diagonally one time.
To make the corner unit, cut a 5 inch square and then 2 3-incg squares of your background fabric, cut in half diagonally once.
Sew as many of each as you need, and trim to size. Attach to quilt as desired.
"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." Jer 29:11 (NIV)