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Liberty and Justice

by George & Linda Wheeler
Liberty and Justice by George & Linda Wheeler
77" x 95"

June 29, 2012

The project has been corrected on the website but if you have an older version, please note the following corrections:

  • Under Fabric Requirements
    35014-1 Blue should be 1 yard (NOT 1 yard)
    35014-3 Red should be 1 yard (NOT 1 yard)
  • Under Cutting Instructions
    35013-1 Blue Cut 9 (NOT 14) strips 2 X WOF
    35013-3 Red Cut 9 (NOT 14) strips 2 X WOF
    35014-1 Blue Cut 14 (NOT 9) strips 2 X WOF
    35014-3 Red Cut 14 (NOT 9) strips 2 X WOF
  • Under Making the Eagle Block
    • 35013-1 Blue
      - Sub-cut 72 (NOT 212) pieces 2 X 2 from the 2 X WOF strips.
    • 35013-3 Red
      - Sub-cut 68 (NOT 208) pieces 2 X 2 from the 2 X WOF strips.
    • 35014-1 Blue
      - Sub-cut 212 (NOT 70) pieces 2 X 5 from the 2 X WOF strips.
    • 35014-3 Red
      - Sub-cut 208 (NOT 70) pieces 2 X 5 from the 2 X WOF strips.
  • Under Step 1 - Making Flying Geese Units
    Place a 2 X 2 square of 35014-1 (NOT 35013-1) Blue right sides together (RST) on the left side of a  2 X 5 rectangle of 35013-1 (NOT 35014-1) Blue.  Draw a diagonal line on the back of the 2 square from bottom left to top right.  Sew on the line and trim leaving a 1/4 seam allowance. Flip and press.

    Next place a 2 X 2 square of 35014-1 (NOT 35013-1) Blue RST on the right side of rectangle.  Draw a diagonal line on the back of the 2 square from top left to bottom right.  Sew on the line and trim leaving a 1/4 seam allowance.  Flip and press.

Table 1 Should read:

Table 1
Rectangle Square Units
Unit Type Fabric Fabric Required
A 35013-1 Blue 35014-1 Blue 72
 B 35013-3 Red 35014-1 Red 68
  • Under Step 2 - Making block top and bottom units
    Sew one 2 square of 35014-3 (NOT 35013-3) Red to each end of a Type A flying geese unit as shown - Make 36 units. Repeat the process using a 2 square of 35013-1 Blue and a Type C flying geese units -   Make 34 units.
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