Hexagons in triangles

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Made with only 83 seams total.

Flights of flying geese

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40 + 40 + 30 + 30  flying geese sewn into these four flights with only 34 seams total.

Four-patch

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120 four-patch blocks interspersed with 120 solid squares all made with 50 seams total.

Nine-patch

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750 squares, 97 seams total (with traditional piecing it would take 749 seams).

Squares in diamonds

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The two tops were made with 74 seams total.

LeMoyne stars plus

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The seven LeMoyne stars and the seven deliberate left-over beautiful  stars were made together with 105 seams total.  (There are no set-in  seams in these LeMoyne stars.)

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Three log-cabin-like quilts

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These three tops were made at the same time with 107 seams only.

Triangles in diamonds

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The quilt top here has 27 rows of equilateral triangles, and each row has 35 equilateral triangles and two triangles on the sides.  I completed this top with 154 seams only plus 18 undoings of short seams (as part of the streamlined design).

Triangles in diamonds, II

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Seven extra seams on the leftovers on the project on the left created this beauty