is a tree quilt block that is very easy to make and doesn't require paper
piecing. As you can see from the picture at the left, there are 8 patches in the
Four of the patches are
flying geese units. Follow the link, if necessary, to review how to
make the geese blocks.
Cut a rectangle the same size as the geese patch to put on the top row. Or
you can assemble the bottom 6 patches, and then put one continuous rectangle on
Sew the bottom pieces for the trunk and you are done. This is a novelty
block, so you can vary the size of the trunk pieces. Attach a rectangle to
each side of the trunk, and just cut it even to the edge of the block.
Here is a visual of how this block looks with a few other novelty quilt blocks.