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Now make the "flying geese" units, by placing a Color 3  2-1/2" square atop one end of a Color 2 rectangle, right sides together, and with all edges aligned. On the back of the small square lightly mark the diagonal, and sew ON this diagonal marking. Cut off the excess seam allowance, and press the remainder towards the Color 2 rectangle. repeat this with another Color 3 square on the other end of the rectangle. Make eight of these units...

Sew the flying geese units together into four units of two geese each...

Then piece the block! Row one, is a corner unit / a geese unit / a corner unit ...Row two, is a geese unit / the extra Color 1  4-1/2" square/ a geese unit ...Row three is a corner unit / a geese unit / a cornet unit! TA DA!! You did it!! :o)

This quilt is just a simple four blocks by five blocks, with a thin border and a binding. 

Happy Quilting Folks!

Marcia :o)

Here's Diane's!  Here's Carol's !

** Supplies List **

Color 1 Color 1 needs: one 4- 7/8" x 9- 3/4" strip AND one 4- 1/2" square
Color 2 Color 2 needs: one 5" x 18" strip AND one 2- 7/8" x 11- 1/2" strip AND one 2- 7/8" x 5- 3/4" strip
Color 3 Color 3 needs: one 5" x 20" strip AND one 2- 7/8" x 5- 3/4" strip

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June 30 2000 Marcia Hohn

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