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    Okay I cut my squares and have them marked. I'm lost to how to place them on the bigger square. Please if possible post some pictures.

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    Thankyou!

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    I'm saving this post!! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    Okay I cut my squares and have them marked. I'm lost to how to place them on the bigger square. Please if possible post some pictures.
    Center the smaller square exactly in the middle of the larger one!!

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    Do you know how to do curved flying geese?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    Okay I cut my squares and have them marked. I'm lost to how to place them on the bigger square. Please if possible post some pictures.
    My daughter is going to lend me her camera - Avast is giving me trouble posting pictures to the site but... Try this.
    Place the large square right side up - square to you. Place on small square in the northwest corner and one in the southeast corner. They will overlap a little in the middle and your drawn lines should line up over the diagonal of the large square. After you have them cut and pressed, place one small square on each of the halves over the remaining "empty" square (from unused corner to center of sky pieces. Your lines go from center of skies to the unused corner. Sew marked lines - cut on diagonal. Press again. You're done! Whew! I hope that works for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkabasketlady
    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    Okay I cut my squares and have them marked. I'm lost to how to place them on the bigger square. Please if possible post some pictures.
    Center the smaller square exactly in the middle of the larger one!!
    Thanks for trying basketlady - but that isn't going to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joy
    Do you know how to do curved flying geese?
    No - but if you do maybe you can share!

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    Sorry, but I cannot figure it out. I have put the squares everywhere on the big square and I get nothing that looks like a flying geese. LOL. It's me, not your instructions. I am a visual learner, words wont' convert in my mind.

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    It won't begin to look like flying geese for awhile. Trust me here. Just follow what I wrote. You will be amazed! Remember that the large square is the sky fabric. You;re making 4 at a time. You've already cut and marked the fabric. Leap of faith time. Just do it!

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