I've been making flying geese. Lots of them. These are all batches of four.
My project requires 390 of them, 270 with light sky and 120 with dark sky.
Now I have them all made, plus a few extras for good measure, and I can start laying them out.
I've been using the Four-at-a-Time no waste method for making them. I discovered a few new-to-me things about using this method with directional fabrics, so I wrote up a tutorial of my findings. You can see it in the post below or click on the link. This method may not be suitable for all patterns because you'll always end up with your prints going in four directions. But you can make two one-way prints match direction in the same individual FG unit.
This method would be excellent for star points.
Have you played with Flying Geese lately?