It's made by alternating two flying geese-based blocks (hence the name) which flow into each other. Although I designed the blocks myself and named them, I expect they're not completely original - it's a simple enough variation on flying geese.
I really like the way the two blocks work together to create continuous movement and new patterns.
I chose to quilt this simply with an open, freehand meandering feather. As well as being quick and fun to quilt, it's very flexible - allowing me to quilt around any intersections where there were lots of layers of seams. I also really like the way it looks.
Full instructions can be found from page 74. I'd love to see if you have a go at making your own version of this quilt!