The Goose and Gosling-A Paper Pieced Pattern

Goose and Gosling, Paper Pieced Pattern, Peggy AareGood Morning, Quilters,

Get a gander at this gorgeous new quilt pattern by the amazing Peggy Aare.

Once again, Peggy is offering this original pattern FREE  to readers of The Inbox Jaunt.

I love the flying geese border she recommends!

Goose and Gosling, Peggy AareDownload the pattern  Goose and Gosling, Peggy Aare

For many more fabulous paper piecing projects, visit Peggy at For questions:

Try her step by step tutorials for printing on freezer paper HERE and for paper piecing HERE.


Thank you, Peggy!

Happy Stitching,


PS…This tutorial is the property of Peggy Aare and is intended for personal use only.  Feel free to re-blog, pin or share with attribution to The Inbox Jaunt or Wisconsin Quilting.  For all other purposes, please contact Peggy at  Thanks!

18 thoughts on “The Goose and Gosling-A Paper Pieced Pattern

  1. This is so beautiful. Thanks to you and especially to Peggy for sharing this pattern. My younger sister has been called Goose by our brother since the day she was born. I think I will try this pattern out for her for next Christmas.

  2. I love this one! Going to have to give it a shot! I haver yet to paper piece so… Wish me luck. Working cows today so it’ll have to wait for tonight. Have a wonderful day! Thanks Peggy for the pattern!

  3. Another inspiration, definitely want to try this pattern. Thank you Peggy! And Lori, I appreciate your connection with Peggy to share with all of us. Sew special!! I look forward to your posts everyday.

  4. That I just have to make! Incredible 🙂

    Oh dear it just flew to the top of my list, sorry WIPs, you will just have to wait a little longer!!!

  5. Love the pattern! However, don’t like the paper piecing instructions at all, being a Carol Doak disciple! Her way is so much easier and her instructions keep you ORGANIZED, which is not at all instinctive in paper piecing. Just MHO!

  6. Beautiful. In fact, the first PP pattern of an animal, bird, etc that doesn’t appear all corners and angles. Absolutely genius and I hope to try it out in the future. Thanks to Peggy for her generosity.

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