Deli Geese Project – Block #39 – Fergus

Here is block number #39 of the Deli Geese Block Project!


39 Fergus
I’m still listening to the Outlander series and now finishing up The Fiery Cross, book number five. Another headstrong and very much in love couple in this series is Fergus and Marsali Fraser. Fergus is the foster son of Jamie and Claire. I thought twice about naming a block containing these fabrics after a guy, but Fergus is very French and might actually wear an outfit including all the colors!

Block #39 Fergus, uses the Top Units from Light Flying Geese Units.  Details of making the units are found here.

Top Unit from Light Flying Geese

Top Light unit
Fergus uses:
A – four Top Units from Light Flying Geese units.
B – two 4 1/2″ squares, dark or medium fabrics
C – two  2 1/2″ squares, light fabric, added to B with the connecting corner method that can be seen here.
D – two 4 1/2″ squares, light fabric
E – two  2 1/2″ squares, dark or medium, added to D with the connecting corner method that can be seen here.
F – four 2 1/4″ squares  background

39 Fergus

This block will measure 12″ at this point and finish 11 1/2″

This block as well as many others in the Deli Geese Block Project uses 5″ squares.  It’s a great block for charm packs, layer cakes, and of course stash fabrics.

Deli Geese, because they’re sliced !


Pat Speth author of:  Nickel Quilts,   More Nickel Quilts,  Amazing Nickel Quilts,  Nickel Quilts & Borders, and The Big Book of Nickel Quilts

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2 thoughts on “Deli Geese Project – Block #39 – Fergus

  1. Those ARE interesting fabrics! Such a variety you’ve used in these blocks. Fiery Cross was on of my favorites of the series. I think it’s about time for me to go back and re-read the whole thing from the beginning, since it’s been so long.

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