The top of the Flying Geese is the part where the two B triangles (wings) overlap. Lay out a Flying Geese so the top is pointing away from your body. Sew a 5” C3 square to the RIGHT end of the Flying Geese. Make 8.

Sew a 5” B square to the LEFT end of a Flying Geese + square row. Make 4.

Sew a 5” C3 square to the LEFT end of the remaining Flying Geese + square rows. Make 4.

Emerald

This was the Early Bird Clue – if you have already finished it, skip to the next step.Stitch and flip a 5” C1 square onto one end of a C3 rectangle to make ½ Flying Geese component, then stitch and flip a 5” C1 square onto the opposite end to make a complete Flying Geese. Make 4.

The top of the Flying Geese is the part where the two C1 triangles (wings) overlap. Lay out two Flying Geese, bottom edges together. Slide the Geese apart and sew a 9½” C1 square between them. Make 1.