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Hello Again Everybody.
This week's installment is very easy-peasy. So easy-peasy that I've not taken any "Real Life" photos even!
Gather up the 25 solid "B" squares and the rest of the un-used "horizontal" A+C squares.
What we want to do is take two of the "horizontal" squares and sew the long "A" side of each of these squares to opposite sides of one of the "B" squares. Sounds tricky? Bah. A picture, however being worth 1,000 carpal tunnels, when you are done, your piece should look like this:
Remember, the White is "B", the Yellow is "A" and the Green is "C". In other words - on THIS nifty strip, the 2 colors that are used in the "triangle" squares are not touching each other at all.
When you're finished, you should have 25 of these strips. Iron the seams toward the INSIDE - toward the "B" solid square.
Put them aside with the 50 you made last week - that's it for now! (Told you this week was easy-peasy!!!)