- Red:
- Cut one 3 ½ '' square
- Cut one 2 ½ '' square
- Cut five 1 ½ '' squares
- Cut three 1 ½ x 2 ½ '' rectangles
- Blue:
- Cut one 3 ½ '' square
- Cut two 2 ½ '' squares
- Cut five 1 ½ '' squares
- Cut one 1 ½ x 2 ½ '' rectangle
- Cut one 1 ½ '' x 6 ½ '' rectangle
- Cut one 1 ½ '' x 9 ½ '' rectangle
- Green:
- Cut one 2 ½ '' square
- Cut five 1 ½ '' squares
- Cut one 1 ½ x 2 ½'' rectangle
- Cut one 1 ½ x 3 ½ '' rectangle
- Cut one 3 ½ x 6 ½ '' rectangle

*seam allowance ¼'' throughout

- Place a 1 ½'' blue square onto a corner of the 2 ½ '' red square RST. Sew diagonally along the blue square (so that your starting and ending points are both on the edge of the red square) After trimming and pressing you should still have a 2 ½ '' square. This process should be used whenever you add contrasting corners.
- Use a 1 ½ '' green square, a 1 ½ '' blue square and a 1 ½ x 2 ½'' red rectangle to make a Flying Geese unit. Reading the edge colors in a clockwise direction should be GBR.
- Sew the two composite units together to create a rectangle with blue on diagonally opposite corners.
- Sew a 1 ½'' blue square to a 1 ½'' x 2 ½ '' green rectangle to create a 1½ x 3½ '' rectangle..
- Sew the two units together to form a 3 ½ '' square so that the green forms a single region.

- Sew a 1 ½ '' blue square as a contrasting corner for a 2 ½'' green square to make B1.
- Sew a 1 ½ '' red square and a 1 ½ '' green square as diagonally opposite contrasting corners for a 2 ½'' blue square to make B2.
- Sew two 1 ½ '' red squares as diagonally opposite contrasting corners of a blue 2 ½ '' square to make B3.
- Sew B1, B2, and B3 in order so that everything matches and with B1 on the bottom rotated to have the blue in the upper right.
- Sew a 1 ½'' red square onto the 1 ½'' x 6 ½'' blue rectangle as a contrasting corner so that this unit may be sewn to the triple unit with reds matching.

- Sew a 1 ½'' blue square as a contrasting corner of the 3 ½ '' red square.
- Sew a 1 ½'' green square as a contrasting corner of the 3 ½'' blue square.
- Form a Flying Geese unit with the two new squares and the 3 ½'' x6 ½'' green rectangle. Clockwise, the edges should be GBRBRGB

- Make two D1 units: sew a 1 ½'' green square onto a 1 ½ x 2 ½'' red rectangle as a contrasting corner so that the resulting 1 ½ x 2 ½ '' rectangle's 2-colored edge comes next clockwise from the green edge.
- Make one D2 unit: use a 1 ½ '' red square and a 1 ½ x 2 ½'' blue rectangle to make the same pattern as D1.
- Sew one D1 to the D2 so that the contrasting corners are diagonally opposite.
- Sew the other D1 onto the composite unit to form a 2 ½ x 3 ½ '' rectangle with red edges together.
- Sew the 1 ½ x 3 ½ '' green rectangle onto the composite unit to form a single green region.

Finally, combine all units and the remaining piece.