You can join in this Hexalong at any time and use the templates I am using or just do your own hexagons. The starter post for the HAL is here. Share anything you make in the Lily's Quilts Flickr Group. Here I am going to show you the steps you need to take to draft a flying geese hexagon template and show you how to make a triple tumbler block. Here is the flying geese hexagon block.
1. Draw a hexagon on the incompetech paper 6 triangles along. Go back to the earlier Hexalong post on drawing templates if you missed this step.
2. Divide the hexagon up into six triangles.
3. Draw the HST in each triangle as shown below.
4. Draw six of these and voila you have your flying geese template.
To make the triple tumbler block, you need to start by drawing a simple diamond star template which makes a block like this:
By placement of dark, medium and light fabrics of the same colour together with three neutral corner diamonds, you produce three little tumblers.
And one more pic from the Festival of Quilts for you taken by Mandy of the Fat Quarterly gang posing up a storm.