Of course this border intrigued me. When I saw her drawing I thought I can draw this in EQ 7. I did but to be honest I had to draw it first on graph paper, and then it was easy!
|Menu and lines divided into thirds|
These dots for the thirds helped me line up the points for each goose. On the right is the menu for the shape tool, which allows lines to be divided.
Here is a close up of the triangles for the geese. There are some extra lines that need to be removed to make the sky larger around the geese.
The same area with the extra lines removed. To delete the lines, use the Pick tool, the top left hand side tool, click on the line, it will be bold, and use the delete key on your key board to remove the lines.
Here is the completed and colored block, be sure to add your dimensions to the Notecard so you remember the correct size of your block. Remember EQ 7 default size for all blocks is 6'' x 6". You can draw this block in easy round numbers like I did and then change the size to print your paper piecing paper to fit your quilt.
And here is the paper piecing pattern. Now wasn't that fun!
I think I even know the quilt I might use this one. If it isn't too busy.
Happy Stitching and Happy EQing!