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Two five inch squares seen together either side of the center, diagonally.

Two five inch squares seen together either side of the center, diagonally.

Using a template like in the last shot another ruler you might have or a 4" (for a 3 inch finished or 5" for 4" finished) square, create an equal sided cross on your fabric.

Using a template like in the last shot another ruler you might have or a 4" (for a 3 inch finished or 5" for 4" finished) square, create an equal sided cross on your fabric.

Baby Quilt Squares, cutting and ironing and sewing and ironing and sewing again and ironing and...

Baby Quilt Squares, cutting and ironing and sewing and ironing and sewing again and ironing and...

Latest quilt top, Orion's Star, but a very, very busy design. Maybe not an award winner, but just right for its recipient!

Latest quilt top, Orion's Star, but a very, very busy design. Maybe not an award winner, but just right for its recipient!

This was a star pattern in four colors. It was very pretty. Staying within light, medium light, medium-dark and dark, I created this scrappy star quilt.

This was a star pattern in four colors. It was very pretty. Staying within light, medium light, medium-dark and dark, I created this scrappy star quilt.

On the back of a light colored fabric (9" for 3" finished or 11" for 4" finished square) draw an 8" square (or 10" for 4" finished) in the center of the fabric.

On the back of a light colored fabric (9" for 3" finished or 11" for 4" finished square) draw an 8" square (or 10" for 4" finished) in the center of the fabric.

This flag metaphor, another quilt of valor, was named 'Stars and Bars'.

This flag metaphor, another quilt of valor, was named 'Stars and Bars'.

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