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If your pre-sewing isn’t done, you need to start there/here:
Ruby Stitch and flip a 5” B square onto one end of a C3 rectangle to make ½ Flying Geese component, then stitch and flip a second 5” B square on the opposite end of the rectangle to complete the Flying Geese. Make 16.
Then, on to Clue 1
- The top of the Flying Geese is the part where the two B triangles (wings) overlap. Lay out two Flying Geese, bottom edges together. Slide the Geese apart and sew a 9½” C2 square between them. Make 4.
- Stitch and flip a 5” C2 square onto the end of a 5 x 18½” rectangle, then stitch and flip a 5” C2 square onto the other end of the rectangle to make a Flying Goose with a really wide wingspan. Make 4.
- The top of the C1 block is the edge where the B wings overlap. Sew the bottom of the 5 x 18½” wide-bodied Flying Goose to the top of the C1 block. Make 4.